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TUFTS LIBRARY 

WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 

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SENIOR 

SUPPLEMENT 




SENIOR 



SUPERLATIVES 



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Most Attractive: Dave Drinan, Linda Dwyer 




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Most Popular: Ellen Lamond, Jim Dunn 




Best Dressed: Tim Montgomery, Charlotte Grasso 



Each year the graduating class elects 
several students displaying an outstand- 
ing personality trait. These selections 
are based on high school performance 
both in class and in outside activities. 

Individually, these Senior Superlatives 
represent self-satisfaction, personal 
achievement, and success. As a group, 
they constitute and characterize the 
Weymouth High School personality. 



Friendliest: Jack Willy, Arlene Cannon 




SENIOR 



CLASS 



PLAY 




Captain Fisby reporting for duty, sir." Chris Just, David Thomas 




Lotus Blossom, Diana Clarke, performing geisha duties 




Captain Fisby's gift, Lotus Blossom, arrives at his office. Diana 
Clarke, Chris Just 



This year the senior class presented a 
splendid stage production of John Pat- 
rick's The Tea House of the August 
Moon. 

Under the excellent direction of Mr. 
Richard Dwyer and assisted by many 
other teachers and students, the play 
offered the audience fine entertainment. 
Mr. Philip Dolan deserves special rec- 
ognition for his Japanese tea house, 
which highlighted the performance. The 
authentic costumes, picturesque scenery, 
and displays of J.M.S.V.C. and Student 
Council also helped to create an oriental 
atmosphere. 

Lead cast members included Peter 
McCarthy, David Thomas, Christian 
Just, Dolores Lane, and Diana Clarke. 




"Tobiki very nice village, boss." Chris Just, Peter McCarthy, 
Dave Thomas 



The soul of propriety Dave Thomas 




SENIOR PROM 



Sitting this one out: Pam Bailey, Karen Broberg, Cindy Kee with their 
escorts, Don Casperson, Jeff Butler, and Don Jackson 





Ellen Lamond and Dave Ellison lead off. 



According to all reports, the Weymouth 
High School Senior Prom at the Surf 
ballroom in Nantasket was a great 
success. On May 7 from 10 p.m. to 
5 a.m. everyone danced to the music of 
Baron Hugo and his orchestra. Dave 
Ellison and Ellen Lamond led the grand 
march, which preceded the high spot of 
the evening — the crowning of Richard 
Amico and Jean Hepburn as king and 
queen. After a turkey dinner, the 
Rockin' Ramrods entertained. 



The attendants to the king and queen and their 
escorts: Linda Carlson, Ken Knowles, Nancy Ray, 
and Tom Jacobs 





Evelyn Bently, Adrian Eckberg, Arlene Cannon, and Harry Giblin seem to be 
enjoying themselves. 



GRADUATION 



DANCE 






Linda Taber and Charlie Class make an attrac- 
tive couple. 




Karen Whittaker and Phil Van Keuren also 
attended the gala occasion. 



Don Casperson, Pam Bailey, Don Jackson, and Cindy Kee take time out for conversa- 
tion and a picture. 



AWARDS ASSEMBLY 

1965 




Seniors, receiving awards Coach Fisher, distributing athletic letters 



As the school year comes to a close, 
Weymouth High School conducts an 
Awards Assembly at Legion Field. At 
this time, the school honors those who 
have excelled in curricular and extra- 
curricular activities. The criterion for 
receiving an award is the demonstra- 
tion of a scientific, literary, musical, 
scholastic, athletic, or leadership ability. 
Surely, those who were distinguished at 
the assembly have succeeded in their 
quest for personality. 




Seniors, arriving at Legion Field for Awards Assembly 



GRADUATION 
HONOR ROLL 



THREE YEAR HIGH HONORS 



Dorothy Caroline Allen 
Elaine Irene Armstrong 
Maija Bergs 
Sarah Jane Brooks 
Donald Ellis Casperson 
Donald Allan Chubbuck 
Betty Jean Clark 
Marsha June Consentino 



Linda Frances Cook 
Helen Frances Gannon 
Edwina Hartshorn 
David Charles Hyland 
Linda Florence J amieson 
Judith Alden Kuhn 
Karen Ford Lofgren 
Geraldine Ann Lopez 



Virginia Marie Meany 
Virginia Joanne Merchant 
Kenneth D wight Powers 
Carol Evelyn Shippee 
Dorcas Ward Thompson 
Janet Ethel vonBerg 
Karen Jane Whittaker 



THREE YEAR HONORS 



Elene Frances Aherne 
Albert Paul Alex 
Robert Arthur Angelo 
Jean Marie Armstrong 
Pamela Joyce Bailey 
James Vernon Barry 
Edward Walter Boudreau 
Joyce Victoria Brooks 
Richard Parker Burrell 
Bruce Alan Campbell 
Arlene Gail Cannon 
George Alexander Cassen 
Roberta Lin Ceruti 
Donald Jay Chamberlain 
James Earle Cobbett, Jr. 
Anne Lorraine Connolly 
Denise Marie Coughlan 
Louise Alice Cunningham 
Joan Holmes Deacon 
Kathleen Mary DeCoste 
Charlotte Kaye Dillon 
Ann Johnson Dolber 
David Harland Drinan 
James Joseph Dunn, Jr. 
Harold Donald Edwards, Jr. 
David Roy Ellison 
Kenneth Andrew Farrell 



Michael Matthew Feeney 
Jonathan Peter Feldman 
Lorraine Alyce Files 
Joseph George Forest 
Marian Elaine Frederick 
Patricia Ann Frey 
Clare Irene Grogan 
Elizabeth Mary Hanian 
Marijane Michal Hartley 
Laura Caroline Hartnett 
Priscilla Louise Hodges 
Kenneth Roger Hurlburt 
Karen-Ann Hutchinson 
Donald Herbert Jackson, Jr. 
Paul Robert Johnson 
Walter Berton Julian 
Maureen Rita Killoran 
Ellen Virginia Lamond 
Carol Alexandra Laniewski 
Audrey Joanne LaSpada 
Peter Joseph Laverty 
Donna Jean Layton 
Michael Joseph Leahy 
Kathy Diana Lewis 
Susan Linda Libby 
Barbara Anne MacKenzie 



Hugh Brenton MacKinnon 
Joseph Ashurst Maher, Jr. 
Robert Angelo Marani 
Karen Ann Martin 
Dorothy Mary McCann 
Peter Gerard McCarthy 
Barbara Anne McDonald 
Edward James Mclnnis 
Janice Evelyn Moore 
James Martin Murphy 
Deborah Elizabeth Nicholls 
William Aloysius Nugent, Jr. 
Linda Darlene O'Brien 
Kathryn Elizabeth O'Hearn 
Stanley Francis Oliver 
Elizabeth Jean Paccioretti 
Marsha Elaine Pratt 
Alan Spencer Quist 
Diane Marjorie Richardson 
Marguerite Jean Rosebach 
Edward William Scoppettuolo 
Gloria Diane Shute 
Donnell Edward Spillane, Jr. 
Kenneth Warren Stuart 
Barbara Elaine Towner 
Philip Foster VanKeuren 
Linda Jean Wicklund 



GRADUATION 




Junior ushers help Dr. Howley to distribute diplomas. 



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Intent graduates, listening to Dr. Howley 's speech 



High school graduation signifies the end of twelve years of 
maturing in mind and character. Appropriately, this year's 
concluding ceremony was as impressive as the records these 
seniors have attained. After the maroon file was seated, the 
senior Chorus entertained the assembled relatives and 
friends. The class president's welcoming address, the pre- 
sentation of the honor essays, and the distribution of diplo- 
mas highlighted the occasion. 



Mr. A, directing entire group to make beautiful music 



Our class officers, leading the graduates onto Legion Field 




Beautiful class harmony of Pamela Guthro, Carol Shippee, Barbara Towner, A parent's view of graduation 

and Patty Adams 




and now. the future ? 



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THE QUEST FOR PERSONALITY 



THE SCHOOL 

The personality of a school results from 
the interaction of teachers, students, and 
traditions. This personality is a mirror 
that especially reflects the character of 
its students. Each class builds new tra- 
ditions and adds to the personality of 
the school. With the ever-enthusiastic 
spirit of faculty and students and the 
cooperation of both, we are giving to 
our school a personality that reflects 
ourselves. We have had the important 
responsibility of adding to the precious 
traditions of our school. We hope these 
additions speak well of us. And now we 
leave this personality behind as a foun- 
dation upon which the future classes will 
build. 



THE STUDENT 

Throughout our high school years, we 
have sought to develop our personali- 
ties. By exploring the ideas of past 
scholars, we have shaped our personali- 
ties. By joining clubs and sharing ex- 
periences, we have further refined our 
individualities and maturity. By being 
a part of Weymouth High School, we 
have incorporated its traditions as our 
own. As raw materials are introduced 
into a piece of machinery, subjected to 
pressures and forces, and emerge as 
new and useful products, so we entered 
Weymouth High as untested adolescents, 
were exposed to a spectrum of activities, 
and emerged as thinking young adults. 
An indelible mark of character has been 
imprinted on each graduate. 




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TABLE OF 
CONTENTS 



' 2 94 



Introduction 1 
Administration and Faculty 6-27 

Staff 28-29 

Activities 30-63 

Athletics 64-83 

Graduates 84-168 

Features 169-173 

Conclusion 174-175 

Index 176 



I have watched many classes come 
and go from Weymouth High School. 
Each year a new group of students has 
been entrusted to my guidance. Though 
they come collectively, I must meet them 
separately in order to fill individual 
needs. Herein lies the challenge which 
renders my work never dull. My pri- 
mary purpose has been to teach each 
one of these young people to time his 
senses to his surroundings and to fully 
appreciate the world. Awareness alone, 
however, does not guarantee total en- 
lightenment; thus, I have tried to im- 
press upon him the importance of using 
his own mind and developing his poten- 



tial to the utmost. In this way he can 
form opinions and assume more con- 
fidence in his reasoning power. This 
will help to prepare him for the onerous 
responsibility which he must learn to 
accept with maturity. Keeping this ideal 
in mind, mediocrity and apathy are 
shunned so that high goals and curios- 
ity may be encouraged. By exposing 
him to a spectrum of ideas and answer- 
ing his queries I have laid a foundation 
on which he may build his own philoso- 
phy and define himself. Reward comes 
from the knowledge diat perhaps my 
efforts will someday benefit him in his 
future endeavors. 



ADMINISTRATION 
FACULTY & GUIDANCE 



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ADMINISTRATION 




WALLACE L. WHITTLE 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Boston University; Principal of Wey- 
mouth High School 

'"To be rather than to seem to be' is 
certainly one good guidepost to live by. 
Let's not be afraid to stand up and be 
counted for what we think is right." 




WILLIAM C. MacDON'ALD 
State College at Bridgewater, Boston 
University, Boston College; Principal, 
Weymouth High School Annex; Sopho- 
more Student Activity Committee, 
Sophomore Student Council 
"Learn to discipline yourselves." 




RAY G. PARKER 
Boston University, Wentworth Institute; 
Vocational High School Director 
"His brow is wet with honest sweat, 
He earns whate're he can, 
And looks the whole world in the face, 
For he owes not any man." 




WILLIAM T. K EARNS 
Boston College, Bridgewater State 
College; Assistant Principal of Wey- 
mouth High School 
"Strive for perfection." 




FRANCIS X. KELLEY 
Boston University, Suffolk University; 
Assistant Principal of Weymouth High 
School 

"To climb steep hills requires a slow- 
pace at first." 




PAUL 0. RITCHIE 
Western Maryland College, Boston Uni- 
versity, Bridgewater State College; As- 
sistant Principal of Weymouth High 
School Annex 

"Hit hard, hit fast, be fair." 



By maintaining high standards of 
honor and integrity, our administrative 
leaders exemplify the qualities which we 
idealize in our heritage. These outstand- 
ing ambassadors of the Weymouth spir- 



it typify dignity and respect in their 
every administrative capacity. They 
have provided the bulwark from which 
we gather strength, courage, and values. 



FACULTY 



Generosity and a strong desire to 
give of themselves characterize our fac- 
ulty. These sincere men and women 
provide us with incentive and inspira- 
tion throughout the years. They whet 



our appetites for learning. Most im- 
portant, they teach us never to close our 
minds; rather, always to seek knowl- 
edge. 



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FRANCES G. ADAMS 
Smith College, The Sorbonne, Univer- 
sity of Grenoble; French, Opening Exer- 
cises 

Trop de F's 




POLLYANNA ANDEM 
Boston University, Harvard; English; 
Creative Writing, Reflector Advisor 
"Trust in God. Let happiness come 
from within." 




DOUGLAS T. BLAKE 
University of New Hampshire; Head of 
Social Studies Department 
"Plan your career as early as possible. 
Select your college with care and fore- 
thought. Set your goals, aim high, and 
work hard to achieve them." 




FRANCIS J. ADAMS 
Boston State College, Boston College, 
Boston University; English; Bookstore 
"The aim of every Weymouth High 
School student should be to become a 
person of honor and achievement." 




BRYANT T. ANDERSON 
Eastern Nazarene College, Bridgewater 
State Teachers' College; Drafting 
"Understanding which is sought for its 
own sake today may be of the greatest 
value tomorrow." 




JAMES F. BOLAND 
Fitch burg StateCollege, Calvin Coolidge 
College; Sheet Metal 
"He who never climbed never fell." 




PAUL A. ALIAPOULIOS 
University of New Hampshire, Boston 
University; Chorale, Chorus, Girls' Glee 
Club 

"Put music in your life and you will find 
a friend who'll be with you no matter 
where you go or what you do." 




MARY E. ARNOLD 
Sargent College; Physical Education; 
Pep Club, Girls' Tennis Team 
"Years ago most men needed rest after 
a day's work; now many need exercise." 




JOHN S. BURGESS 
L T niversity of Massachusetts; Physical 
Education; Assistant Football Coach 
"Success depends on the backbone, not 
the wishbone." 



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EDWIN 0. BURKE 
New England Conservatory of Music; 
Orchestra Director 

"Music is the liaison between beauty 
and man." 




ERNESTINE R. CANNING 
Radcliffe College, Harvard; French, 
Head of Language Department 
"Courage, Courtesy, Co-operation, and 
Consideration for others." 




JOSEPH F. CARVEN, JR. 
Bowdoin College, Bridgewater State 
College; History; Assistant Football 
Coach 




JAMES R. CAMPBELL 
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, 
State College at Bridgewater, Bowdoin; 
Chemistry 

"Few things are impossible to diligence 
and skill." 




RICHARD A. CAREY 
Stonehill College; English, Math, Civics; 
J. V. Baseball Coach 
"Little things make perfection, but per- 
fection is no little thing." 




FRANK N. CAVALLO 
George Washington University, Boston 
University; Physical Education 
"It's a hard world and you still have to 
work hard in it." 




WILLIAM A. CAMPBELL 
Suffolk University; Biology; Science 
Club 

"Keep your goals of life in mind and 
don't divert from them." 




Boston State College; Shop Carpentry 
"When all else is lost, the future still 
remains." 




HENRY J. CENTOLA 
Boston Trade School; Cabinetmaking 
"Training will help create a better life 
and help toward more profitable em- 
ployment." 



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JACQUELINE F. CHITTENDEN 
University of Washington; Commercial 
"Give me thy hand; thou has been right- 
ly honest." 




STEPHEN J. CHOP, JR. 
Tufts University; Art 
"Do not stifle creativity and ingenuity 
by narrow-mindedness. Discriminate 
among new art forms with an open 
mind and understanding, and pave the 
way for new adventures in appreciating 
the world of art." 






WILLIAM E. CLANCY 
Boston College; American History, 
Problems of Democracy 
"Always seek that truth which is far be- 
yond mere catchwords and easy 
slogans." 



HAROLD E. CLARKE 
Fitchburg State Teachers' College; Sheet 
Metal 

"The skill required to anything comes 
from the experience of doing." 




RICHARD W. CLAYTON, JR. 
Harvard, Boston State College; English 
"Be of good cheer -life is short and the 
grave is long and narrow." 




PAUL C. CLEAVES 
Dartmouth College, Boston University; 
Director of Audio-Visual Aids; Direc- 
tor, Instructional Materials Center, and 
WWHS-TV 

"You see what I mean." 




JOHN F. COLLINS 
Fitchburg, Boston University; Printing 
"By the craftsmanship we know the 
worker." 




ANTHONY C. COTUGNO 
Northeastern University, State College 
at Boston, Boston L'niversity, State Col- 
lege at Bridgewater; Spanish, French 
"Education is the key to your future." 




WILLIAM L. CONCANNON 
Suffolk University, State College at Bos- 
ton, Boston University, Boston College 
Law School; American History, Eco- 
nomics 

"He who neglects learning in his youth 
loses the past and is dead for the future." 




DIAN M. CROCKER 
University of Massachusetts, Harvard 
LIniversity, Boston University, North- 
eastern University; English; One Act 
Plays, Debate Team Advisor 
"Fellowship in joy, not sympathy in 
sorrow, is what makes friends." 




JOYCE M. COOKSEY 
Northeastern University, State College 
at Boston, Emmanuel College; Chem- 
istry 

"Difficulties bring out one's true charac- 
ter as darkness brings out the stars." 




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VIRGINIA M. CULLITY 
Sargent College; Physical Education; 
Gymnastics, Cheerleaders 
"Don't forget, senior citizens should 
exercise, too." 




TIMOTHY F. DALEY 
Boston College; Sabbatical Leave, 
Brown University 




JOHN K. DELAHUNT 
University of Massachusetts, Calvin 
Coolidge College; Biology 
"Strength is the secret of success." 




WILLIAM A. DEMPSEY, JR. 
University of Vermont; Problems of 
Democracy; Hockey and Tennis Coach 
"Approach each school day with the 
attitude that getting an education is the 
most important task you will ever un- 
dertake." 



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RITA M. DIMENT 
Emmanuel College, Simmons College; 
Librarian; Library Club 
''Books are the treasured wealth of the 
world, the fit inheritance of generations 
and nations." 




VINCENT J. Di SESSA 
Northeastern University, State College 
at Fitchburg; Mechanical Drawing 
"Design fosters creativity, precision, 
and excellency." 




BRIAN J. DOHERTY 
Massachusetts College of Art; Art; 
School Dances, Plays, Publications 
"Good Luck." 




PHILIP S. DOLAN 
Massachusetts College of Art, Tufts 
University; Design for Living, Advanced 
Art, Head of Art Department 
"The Arts, which add enjoyment to life, 
should be the balance wheel in your 
education." 




ROGER J. P. DOW 
Tufts University; English; Campus, 
Summer Workshop 

"Responsible individualism has great 
meaning." 




WALTER W. DONOVAN 
St. Ambrose College; Problems of De- 
mocracy, American History 
"The shame is not in failing, but in not 
trying." 




CATHERINE A. DREW 
Boston University; Commercial 
"Take more seriously and use more 
pride in the education given to you." 




MARY L. DOUCETTE 
Emmanuel College, Laval L : niversity; 
Distributive Education; D.E.C.A. 
"I suggest you start by knowing your- 
self and knowing your real worth. Then 
I think you won't be quite so disappoint- 
ed when you reach your goal because 
you will know your own capability." 




MELVIN C. DUNN 
Fitchburg State College; Offset Printing 
"Perfection consists not in doing extra- 
ordinary things, but in doing ordinarv 
things extraordinarilv well." 



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JEAN M. DUNNING 
Boston College; Typing, Shorthand 
"Nothing endures but personal quali- 
ties." 




WILLIAM A. DWYER 
Boston College, Fitchburg State College, 
Suffolk LIniversity; Carpentry, Cabinet- 
making, Related Subjects 
"I wish you all a most brilliant future 
and may the wind always be at your 
back." 




W. JEAN FINCK 
Valdosta State College, Midwestern Uni- 
versity; English; Spectrum 
"Your generation holds the rope that 
rings the bells of the future. Take ad- 
vantage of your position. Be prepared 
in English." 




PAUL J. DUSEAU 
Boston College; Geometry, Algebra 
"What you do in life is not half as 
important as how well you do it." 




LESLIE C. ENGLER 
College of Mount St. Vincent; French 
"He is richest who is content with least, 
for contentment is the wealth of nature." 




JOHN FISHER 
Fordham, Boston University; Director 
of Athletics and Physical Education, 
Head Football Coach, Golf Coach 
"The only way to success is through 
hard work." 




RICHARD B. DWYER 
Bridgewater State College, Boston Col- 
lege; English; Senior Class Play 
"Never let a day pass without doing an 
act of kindness." 




ALICE K. FAY 
Boston University; Assistant Librarian 
"Reading maketh a full man. . ." 




JOHN T. GANNON 
Boston College; Latin; Athletic Equip- 
ment Manager 



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JOHN T. GHIORSE 
Harvard, Calvin Coolidge College; 
Physics, Applied Physics; Lab Assistants, 
Photography Club, Electronics Club 
"I tried to express my feelings for my 
school in the 'Cross of Gray'. I hope 
the Class of 1965 may find some beauty 
and inspiration in the song." 




MICHAEL T. GREGORY 
New England College of Pharmacy, 
Brown University; Chemistry 
"It is worthwhile to attempt the solution 
of a problem for the sufficient reason 
that we have no idea how it can be 
accomplished." 




OLIVE E. HACKETT 
Chandler, Boston University, Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts, Boston State Col- 
lege; Head of Business Department, Of- 
fice Practice 

"My greatest desire is to help senior 
business students to get started in offices 
directly from high school." 




RICHARD F. HARDING 
Franklin Institute; Structural Design 
"Further your education; today's com- 
petition requires it." 




JOHN B. HARTWELL 
Gettysburg College; Algebra, Solid 
Geometry 

"It's a game fish that swims upstream." 




LEO A. HAYES 
Springfield College; Physical Education; 
Ass't. Football Coach, Boys' Gym Team 
"Exercise is like life. You get out of it 
what you put into it." 




PHILIP W. HENLEY 
Wentworth Institute, Fitchburg State 
College; Carpentry 

"The financial returns are great for 
those students who have the desire and 
ability." 





JOHN W. HILL 
Brown University, Harvard; Problems 
of Democracy; Wrestling Coach 
"One of the characteristics of a truly 
adult human being is a good attitude 
toward work." 




LOUISE J. HILL 
Salem State College; Type, Office Prac- 
tice 

"The most completely lost of all days 
is that on which one has not laughed." 




RICHARD I. HOLBERT 
Eastern Nazarene College; Chemistry 
"Succeed you will if you have the will 
to succeed." 




H. CHARLES HOLLISIAN 
Northeastern University, Fitchburg 
State Teachers' College; Electronics 
"He who knows and knows that he 
knows is wise. . .follow him." 





MARGARET A. HORAN 
Regis College; Spanish 
"I hope you find success and happiness 
in your life." 



CLEMENT V. HORRIGAN 
Bridgewater State College, Boston Col- 
lege, Harvard Graduate School; English 
"Join the Navy and see the world." 




ELEANOR R. HOWLEY 
Simmons College; English 
"Whatever your goal in life may be, 
work hard in order to achieve it." 





DIANE C. HUNTER 
Northeastern University; Social Studies, 
Algebra; Cheerleaders 
"Your high school days are the most 
important in your life. Profit by them 
and you will go far." 



ANN M. JACOBSON 
St. Lawrence University; English 
"You cannot teach a man anything; 
you can only help him to find it within 
himself." 



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LUCY KALAIJIAN 
Boston University; English 
"Take to you everything which is warm, 
generous, decent, and constructive, and 
the world will be the richer for your 
presence." 




MARGARET K. LANGFORD 
Chandler; Bookkeeping, Type 
"When you are considering a move of 
any kind, think not only what effect it 
will have on you, but also what effect it 
will produce on others." 




WILLIAM J. LONGRIDGE, JR. 
University of Washington, Tufts Col- 
lege, Boston University; Head of Eng- 
lish Department; English Club 
"The school as well as the student 
should begin to strive for excellence so 
that the student can compete in a world 
that is demanding excellence." 




WILLIAM M. KEARNS 
Tufts University; Mathematics; Basket- 
ball 

"Use your library card." 




PHYLLIS K. LESTER 
University of Vermont; Clothing; Future 
Homemakers of America 
"Patience is a virtue." 




FRANCES R. LOONEY 
Southern Connecticut State College; 
Librarian; Library Club 
"All that man has done, thought, gain- 
ed or been: it is lying as in magic pres- 
ervation in the pages of books." 




GEORGE H. KLAY 
Boston University, State College at 
Fitchburg, State College at Bridgewater; 
Mechanical Drawing; Cafeteria Super- 
visor 

"Your best will be necessary." 




EDWIN R. LOFGREN 
Northeastern University, University of 
Maryland; Social Studies 
"Be yourself." 




NORMAN D. LOUD 
Clarkson College of Technology. Bos- 
ton University; Chemistry, Physics 
"Scientific order is beautiful and exten- 
sive, and orderly life will be equally 
impressive." 




MYRNA L. MacFARLANE 
Boston College, Boston University; 
Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping 
"Making the most of today is the best 
preparation for tomorrow." 




DOROTHY M. MAGRAW 
Salem State College, Boston University; 
Law, Shorthand, Type; Junior Moral 
and Spiritual Values Committee 
"Count that day lost, whose low, de- 
scending sun 
Views from thy hand no worthy action 
done." 




DOROTHY G. MacGREGOR 
Boston University; Bookkeeping, Guid- 
ance 

"It is by our daily work that we make 
our future what we want it to be." 




OTTO H. MAHN 
Boston University; Guidance, Driver 
Education, Civics 

T believe in licenses but not cars until 
graduation." 




RENE E. MARTIN 
Boston College, University of Maine, 
Harvard; French 

"Knowing another language helps!" 




RUSSEL H. MAZZOLA 
Tufts University, Xortheastern Univer- 
sity; Mathematics, Assistant Basketball 
Coach 

"Use the brains God gave you and it 
can be done." 




ELIZABETH L. MacGREGOR 
Boston University; Commercial 
"Have a goal; keep your eyes on it; 
work towards it." 




HENRY E. MARSHM A\ 
State College at Boston, State College 
at Fitchburg, General Motors Institute; 
Science, Mathematics, Automotive 
Theory 

"Smile and the world smiles w : ith you. 
Keep smiling ! " 




robert p. McCarthy 

Boston University; Developmental 
Reading; Reading Clinic 
"Enjoy the many advantages of life, and 
help others enjoy them too." 




MARY M. McMILLIN 
College of St. Catherine; French 
"Be glad to learn, in order that you 
may someday teach." 




FRANK H. MEDA 
State College at Fitchburg, State College 
at Boston, State College at Bridgewater; 
Auto Repair 

'"Fully satisfied with my class." 




FREDERICK K. MORRISSEY 
Suffolk University; Problems of Democ- 
racy, American History, Civics 
'"Do some work." 




MARY E. McMORROW 
Bridgewater State College, Boston Uni- 
versity; English 

"A man's first care should be to avoid 
the reproaches of his own heart." 




ANGELO P. MEDICI 
Boston College, Bridgewater State Col- 
lege; Algebra, Trigonometry 
"More and more people are wanted in 
the math and science field, so careful 
consideration should be given by high 
school students along these lines." 




MARIE E. MOSS 
Boston University; French 
"Look to each day as a new beginning. 
Accept it as a challenge to do your best. 
And at the close of every day think of 
the friends you have made, the good you 
have done. I wish each of you the rich- 
ness of a life thus spent." 




MARTIN M. MURPHY 
Boston College; Social Studies 
"The joy and rewards of work exceed 
expectation." 




PAUL E. MURPHY 
Salem State College, Boston University; 
Bookkeeping, Law 

"Everyone of you has something to 
offer. Don't let your talents be crowded 
out by mediocrities." 




RICHARD L. NIMS 
Northeastern University, Boston Uni- 
versity; History 

"The best measure of success is pride in 
a job well done. Success to you all." 




HELEN M. NORRIS 
Chandler School for Women; Business 
Shorthand and Typing; Senior Class 
Advisor 

"A man is rich according to what he is, 
not what he has." 




DUDLEY F. O'LEARY 
Boston University; Physical Education; 
Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor 
Track Coach 

"It is better to be good than to do twen- 
ty-five push-ups and sit-ups." 




GEORGE E. NOTT 
State College at Fitchburg; Graphic Arts, 
Related Subjects 

"Nothing worthwhile ever comes easy." 




ROBERT B. O'MEARA 
Boston College; Biology, Physics; 
Equestrian Club 

"Success is ninety per cent perspiration 
and ten per cent inspiration." 




CHRISTOPHER J. O'BYRNE, JR. 
Bridgewater State College; Math, Driver 
Education 

"Keep your eye on the road." 




LEO D. O'REILLY 
Wentworth Institute of Technology; 
Electronics 
"Study harder." 



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DOROTHY PEARSON 
Pembroke College, Brown; English; 
Future Teachers of America 
"Each day well lived and happy is all 
there is to life." 



HERMAN F. PERRY 
State College at Fitchburg; Printing 
"Hard work never killed anyone." 




CAROLYN C. PERVIER 
State College at Framingham; Home 
Economics; Spring Musical 
"Always finish what you begin. Quit- 
ting when times are difficult will only 
find you eventually running backwards 
throughout life." 





EDWARD J. PHILLIPS 
Westfield State College, Fitchburg State 
College; Auto Body Repair 



GEORGE H. PLAYER 
Northeastern University; Modern Lan- 
guages 

"You only get out of life what you put 
in it." 




EDWARD A. PORTER 
Boston College, Boston State College; 
English, French 

"The mind knows no nationality." 





HARRY T. POWERS 
Northeastern University, Boston Uni- 
versity; Typing, Accounting 
"Do unto others as you would wish 
them to do unto you." 



DONALD A. REGAN 
University of Massachusetts, Louisville 
University, Northeastern, Boston State 
College; Algebra, Physics 
"Never quit." 




ELEANOR F. RITCHIE 
Wheaton, University of Maine; Latin. 
English 
"Think." 



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JEAN A. ROANOWICZ 
University of Massachusetts; English; 
Public Speaking Club, Dramatic Club 
"Always do your best in whatever you 
do; no one can ask for any more." 




RICHARD C. ROCHE 
Bridgewater State College, Boston Uni- 
versity; Developmental Reading 
"Efficient reading is the student's sharp- 
est tool." 




WILFRED G. ROBERTS 
Boston University; Law, Bookkeeping; 
Reflector Advertising 
"Judge yourself before you judge 
others." 




CLAIRE S. ROHT 
University of Massachusetts; Home 
Economics 

"A task worth doing is worth doing 
well." 




JOSEPH P. SAVOIA 
Bowdoin College, Boston University, 
Brown University; Mathematics 
"Persistence is the key to success." 




EUGENE RUST 
Yale, Boston University, Universidad 
de Yalladolid; Spanish 
"Estudie usted." 




DANIEL J. SHEA 
Boston College, State College at Boston; 
English, Sophomore Talent Show, 
Sophomore Student Activity Staff 




BERNARD F. RYDER 
Providence College, Bridgewater State 
College, University of Delaware; Head 
of Mathematics Department; MathClub, 
Math Team 

"Knowledge is the light of life, 

ours but faintly glows; 
Then education is the power 

that brightens as it grows." 




RICHARD J. STEELE 
Northeastern University; Social Studies, 
Spectrum, Junior High Football 
"Keep your head high and you'll see 
great things." 




LILLIAN K. STONE 
Northeastern University; Physics 
"Choose an occupation you enjoy, for 
then your work will not be drudgery." 




BIRUTA W. SWAIN 
Framingham State College; Home 
Economics 
"Bon appetit." 




GERARD J. SWANSON 
Boston College, Yale, Northeastern; 
Mathematics; Key Club 
"Never was good work done without 
much trouble." 




ERVIDA C. SWIRKAL 
Boston University; Type, General Busi- 
ness 

"No one begins at the top ! Make plans 
now about the kind of work you want 
to do !" 




CARL F. TAMMI 
Boston LIniversity, Northeastern Uni- 
versity; Business, Accounting 
"Make an attempt to develop self-disci- 
pline in your study habits." 




CHARLES F. THIBODEAU 
State College at Bridgewater; Biology; 
Science Club 

"Be sure you further your education.' 




JEAN E. THOMAS 
Pembroke College; Social Studies, Eco- 
nomics 

"Fear of hard work keeps most of us 
from being spoiled by success." 





JAMES W. THOMPSON 
Hampton Institute, Va.; Auto Body; 
Junior Varsity Basketball 
"Put best effort forward at all times." 




ARTHUR VUILLEUMIER 
State College at Fitchburg; Electronics 
"Work harder." 




ROBERT D. WEST 
Boston College, Harvard; Social Stud- 
ies; Student Council Advisor 
"Ever to Excel." 



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MARY F. TOOMEY 
Boston University; English 
"I believe that in the last hours of our 
lives the only thing which will matter to 
us will be the good we have done on this 
earth. Therefore, it would seem wise to 
do now what we shall wish we had done 
when we are dying." 




PAUL A. WARREN 
New England Conservatory; Boston 
University; Director of Music; Band, 
Southeast District M usic Festival, Hon- 
orary Chairman 

"Musical training is a more potent in- 
strument than any other because rhythm 
and harmony find their way into the in- 
ward places of the soul." 




HENRIETTA E. WHEELER 
Framingham State College; Head of 
Home Economics Department; Fashion 
Show 

"Congratulations on a job well started 
and best wishes for a future of outstand- 
ing progress as individuals in whatever 
field of endeavor you have chosen." 




MARTHA VINING 
Boston University; Latin 
"Excelsior." 




MARY E. WESSELDYK 
Crinnell College, Boston University, 
L'niversity of Geneva; French 
"To thine own self be true; then thou 
cannot be false to any man." 




BEVERLY A. WHITE 
Bridgewater State College; English; 
Sophomore Dramatic Club 
"We would all be idle if we could." 



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PAULINE N. WHITE 
Boston University; Physical Education 
"Hard work in all areas is the key to 
success." 



RICHARD L. WHITMORE 
Fordham University; Social Studies, 
Driver Education 
"Aim high." 



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JAMES M. WRYNN 
University of Massachusetts; Speech; 
Director of Senior One Act Play 
"'Know your audience." 



EDWIN C. YOUNG 
State College at Fitchburg, State College 
at Boston; Auto Repair Shop 
"Have pride in your work." 




JAMES G. YOUNG, JR. 
State College at Boston; Math; Math 
Club 

"To all my friends in 1965 — I wish 
you well." 




M. JEAN YOUNG 
Boston University; Type, General Busi- 
ness 

"I wish you all to be very successful 
in life and enjoy good health and hap- 
piness." 



GUIDANCE 




WALTER C. GUTTERSON 
Dartmouth College, Harvard; Head of 
Town Guidance Department 
"Success is often the result of paying 
meticulous attention to many of the 
small details of life." 




FRANCIS W. GUNVILLE 
Worcester State College, Bridgewater 
State College; Guidance 
"The future belongs to those who pre- 
pare for it." 




GEORGE F. PRATT 
Suffolk University, University of Mas- 
sachusetts; Guidance 
"Ingredients for success: ability, per- 
sonality, and work, work, work ! " 
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EDNA G. FLAHERTY 
University of New Hampshire, Boston 
University; Guidance 
"I can't do everything, 
But I can do something. 
And what I can do, 
By the grace of God, 
I will do." 





MARIE K. GHIORSE 
Bridgewater State College, Boston Col- 
lege, Boston University; Head Guidance 
Counselor W.H.S. Annex 
"Do a little more than is expected of 
you and you will be a success." 



DALE E. MEKEEL 
Nebraska State College, University of 
Syracuse, University ofMichigan; Guid- 
ance 

"The highest achievement a man can 
make is to be happy and successful in 
what he does, as long as he uses a 
sound measure for what happiness and 
success is." 



Ready to aid a student in making the 
choices right for him is our guidance 
department. A staff experienced in work- 
ing with youth helps us to realize our 
abilities and aims. By keeping alert to 
new fields and special courses that best 
meet individual needs, our counselors 
can give us sound advice, can answer 
our questions, and can propose numer- 
ous routes to our goals. We are grate- 
ful to them for guiding us toward to- 
morrow in our quest for personality. 



VIRGINIA NYE 
Keuka College, Harvard; Assistant 
Director of Guidance 
"For a happier life, be kind, be courte- 
ous, be dependable, be thoughtful, and 
work hard." 



CLERICAL 




DORIS L. HOLBROOK 

Secretary 

Athletics Office 




DOROTHY L O'BRIEN 
Switchboard Operator 
High School Office 




JUDITH A. CLARK 
Assistant Secretary 
High School Office 




LOUISE J. LOCKWOOD 
Secretary 

Vocational School Office 




GERALDINE OCHS 
Secretary 
Guidance Office 




JANET M. EBURN 
Secretary 

Instructional Materials 




DORIS E. McINTOSH 

Secretary 

Annex Office 




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CAROLYN F. RYAN 
Assistant Secretary 
Annex Office 




MARION R. GERSTEL 
Assistant Secretary 
Vocational School Office 




LAURA NASH 
Secretary 

High School Office 




MARION A. WAKEHAM 
Assistant Secretary 
High School Office 



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CAFETERIA WORKERS 





f) A f> r 




Helen Keefe, Adeline Wolfe, Kthel Donovan, Angela Vars, Frances Boudreau, Irma Serafini, Violet Payne, Dorothy Fass, Ruth 
Milligan, Norma Bacon, Mary Campot, Mollie Kmbree, Ellen Wells, Marjorie Belcastro, Agnes White, Evelyn Moore 




EVELYN I. MacKEAN 
Secretary 

School Lunch Program 




VIOLA C. STETSON 
Assistant Secretary 
School Lunch Program 



The cafeteria workers at Weymouth 
High School and the Annex provide the 
students with well-balanced, nutritional 
lunches. Considering the many people 
they must serve, they do excellent and 
efficient work. For this superior service 



we are grateful. Perhaps we could learn 
something about strength of personality 
if we studied how they maintain pleas- 
ant dispositions while serving endless 
lines of hungry students. 




Mrs. Fuqua, Mrs. Malnati, Mrs. Otis, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Sjostedt, Mrs. La Rocco, Mrs. Crocker, Mrs. Cava- 
naugh, Mrs. Courchene, Mrs. Mell, Mrs. Barrie, and Mrs. Arnold 



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MUSCLE 
POWER 



Our Weymouth High and Annex 
custodians are responsible for maintain- 
ing our beautiful building and grounds. 
This they do with competence and pro- 
ficiency. Their friendly countenances 
lend a cheerful atmosphere to our sur- 
roundings. 



Mr. Loud, Mr. Barker, Mr. Butler, Mr. Lyons, Mr. Holt, Mr. Lavender, Mr. Steward, 
Mr. Leahy, Mr. Cicchese, Mr. Abruzzese, Mr. Puopolo, Mr. Tremblay 



OUR SPECIAL PEOPLE 




ANN K. ALLEN ARTHUR M. CICCHESE DOROTHY B. CURTIN MARY T. HOYLE 

Manager Supervisor of Custodians School Nurse Supervisor of 

High School Cafeteria and Grounds Crew Annex and Vocational School Nurses 

High School Health Office 




GEORGE B. JANICE A. STINE LOUISE E. WATTS LOULA M. WHITFORD 

SHANAHAN A-V Assistant Director of Cafeterias Technician 

Supervisor of Attendance I.M.C. Office High School Data Processing 



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In my three years at Weymouth 
High School I have learned to get along 
with teachers and other students through 
various school activities. High school 
offers many clubs from which to choose. 
Some are purely for enjoyment; some 
help cultivate particular interests; and 
some aim primarily at helping either the 
students or others outside the school. I 
have found all of these kinds to be bene- 
ficial to me as an individual, for in each 
one I met new people. I learned the 
meaning of companionship, of giving 
and receiving, and of accepting people 
for what they really are. By joining 
these organizations I enriched my 



school life with the comradeship and 
experiences of my classmates. 

Although I benefited in many ways 
by participating, I believe my character 
has profited the most. In associating 
with people, I have gained maturity, 
tact, and self-confidence. Activities have 
added to the health of my character by 
giving me diverse interests, so necessary 
for fully enjoying the many sides of life. 
They have helped to expand my physi- 
cal, mental, spiritual, and emotional 
qualities so that I might possess better 
ideals in life. They have played an im- 
portant role in my quest for personality. 



ACTIVITIES 



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STUDENTS IN 



SERVICE 




Nancy Vorderer points out the Teenage Code. 



The Junior Moral and Spiritual Values 
Committee, under the direction of Mrs. 
Dorothy Magraw, serve their school 
and community in several areas. Some 
offer their talents as tutors, aiding stu- 
dents who find themselves falling be- 
hind in their studies. Others volunteer 
to visit area hospitals and nursing 
homes, and work with the blind. The 
Committee is also responsible for the 
maintenance of bulletin boards through- 
out Weymouth High School and for the 
conduction of an orientation program 
presented annually to the junior high 
schools. Its officers include Kenneth 
Powers, Senior Chairman; Chester Ford, 
Junior Chairman; and Nancy Vorderer, 
Secretary. The words, "In Giving We 
Grow," exemplify the goals and pur- 
poses of this organization. By giving 
of their talents and free time unselfishly, 
these Weymouth High School students 
enrich, not only the lives of others, but 
also their own. 



Busy tutors are Cath- 
erine Connolly, Karen 
Lofgren, Susan Libby, 
Linda Jamieson, Bruce 
Campbell, Pat Brown, 
Sally Butler, Richard 
Whitney, Bruce Purdy, 
Linda Kreitman, Don- 
ald Chamberlain. 




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Conscientious officers and advisor of the Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Committee: Kenneth Powers, Arlene Cannon, Donald 
Casperson, Chester Ford, Virginia Meany, Charlotte Dillon, and Mrs. Magraw, Advisor. 



The Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Committee and Advisor Mrs. Magraw 



MIND MOLDERS 

OF 

TOMORROW 



The Future Teachers Club has a three- 
fold purpose. Under the guidance of 
Miss Dorothy Pearson and the officers, 
Geraldine Lopez, President; Karen Little, 
Vice-President; Judy Riley, Secretary; 
Karen Martin, Treasurer; and Audrey 
LaSpada, Program Chairman, they try 
to attract the kind of people who are 
wanted in the teaching profession. Once 
this has been accomplished, the more 
experienced members and the advisor 
encourage the new members in their 
aspirations and give them the oppor- 
tunity to discover if they are suited for 
this profession. 




Learning teaching methods from Advisor Miss Pearson are the club's officers: Karen Martin, Geraldine Lopez, Judith Riley, Karen 
Little, Audrey La Spada. 




The Future Teachers en masse 



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Demonstrating techniques of professional nursing are Terry Quirk, Diane Solimini, Evelyn Bentley, Nancy Vorderer, Gloria Shute, 
Paula Gualtieri, Helen Taber, Carolyn Doherty, Betty Clark, Pamela Guthro, Judy Flint. 



ANGELS OF MERCY 



In order to encourage and assist stu- 
dents at Weymouth High who are inter- 
ested in the field of nursing, the Future 
Nurses of America sponsors various 
programs to introduce the student to this 
profession. At the monthly business 



meetings, prominent guest speakers dis- 
cuss nursing as a career. Many of the 
club members also volunteer their serv- 
ices at hospitals, local nursing homes, 
and blood banks. The club often meets 
socially at joint teas held for future 
nurses' clubs within the area. 




A gathering of the cheerful nurses of tomorrow 




REELER 
DEALERS 

Members of the Audio-Visual Club acquire vast 
experience in the field of instructional materials 
by supplying and operating for the faculty all 
die modern teaching aids. They receive, how- 
ever, most of their technical education by keeping 
all materials in excellent working condition. All 
members must be prepared to effectively operate 
such machines as tape recorders, record players, 
speaker systems, and motion picture projectors. 
Under the skillful direction of Miss Janice Stine 
the members of this club provide Weymouth 
High School with a basic part of its modern edu- 
cational system. 



Confronted by a problem in the A. V. room are Paul 
Caffarella, George Clark, Advisor Miss Janice Stine, Barry 
Seath, Carl Davison. 




Edward Henley, Michael Norton, John Caffarella, Peter Van Eden, Norman Henry, and James Begley inspect the equipment avail- 
able in the Instructional Materials Center. 



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LIBRARY 
ASSISTANTS 




Weymouth High's Library Assistants: Holly Thorn, Janice MacEachern, Kathy Hayward, 
Beryl Ruchti, Librarian Miss Fay, Pamela Jacobson, Richard Amico, Librarian Mrs. Di- 
ment, Julie Gooch, Nancy Holt, Richard Kendall, and Norma Herendeen 




Keeping the numerous periodicals available in the library up to date are Diane Buckley, 
Linda Jamieson, and Stephanie Davis. 



Barbara Wilson, Miriam Parlin, Linda Bresnahan, and Mary McMonagle return books to 
the shelves to keep them in continual circulation. 



A group which demands the utmost 
cooperation from its members is the li- 
brary staff. These helpful students sacri- 
fice their study periods in order to assist 
their classmates in the library. Under 
the expert guidance of Mrs. Diment and 
Miss Fay, they have become proficient in 
performing their respective tasks. They 
charge books, write overdue notices, and 
file books in their proper places. Also 
they learn how to process the books by 
checking in and pasting on the due slips. 
The students on this staff by participating 
in such activities become intimately ac- 
quainted with the functions of a library. 





Cynthia Kee leads the discussion at a F.B.L.A. meeting. 



TYCOONS OF 
TOMORROW 

The Future Business Leaders of America 
is an organization which offers those 
students who are interested in entering 
the business world an opportunity to 
acquaint themselves with the vast scope 
of commercial enterprise. At their 
monthly meetings lecturers spoke on 
such topics as the Armed Forces, the 
State Department, careers in banking, 
and the secretarial profession. This 
year trips were made to Bentley College, 
Burdett College, Chandler College, 
Bryant and Stratton College, and Bay 
State Community College. Members 
also enjoyed a tour through the Pruden- 
tial Insurance Company. Other activi- 
ties include the awarding of a typewriter 
and a scholarship to two deserving 
seniors. 




Officers and Advisor of the F.B.L.A.: George Cappola, Sheron Ferguson, 
Kathy Rudder, Carol Sandblom, Cynthia Kee, Diane Garfagna, Miss Mac- 
Farlane 



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MASTER 
COMPUTERS 



The Math Club offers information not 
presented in high school classes to stu- 
dents interested in the world of numbers 
and figures. Under the direction of Mr. 
Ryder, they meet weekly, alternating 
their program between posing problems 
and discussing their solutions. The offi- 
cers of this interesting and active club 
are President Donald Casperson, Vice- 
President Brad Cleaves, Treasurer 
Dorothy Allen, Secretary Chester Ford, 
and Program Chairman Michael Joly. 
An outgrowth of the Math Club is the 
Math Team, consisting of several of the 
outstanding members of the club. This 
year Weymouth will host one of the 
math competitions. 



Math Club officers Chester Ford, Don Casperson, and Brad Cleaves 
apparently have this problem under control. 




Math Club members attack numerous types of problems and, under 
the watchful eye of Advisor Mr. Ryder, usually come up with the 
solutions. 



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The Key Club gets set to serve. 



SERVICE WITH A SMILE 





Advisor Mr. Swanson pins the President's Pin on Bruce 
Purdy, Key Club president. 



Officers of the Key Club: Walter McTigert, Vice-President; Richard Whitney, 
Treasurer; Bruce Purdy, President; Frank Tonis, Secretary. 



The Weymouth High School Key Club 
under the auspices of the Weymouth 
Kiwanis Club is a community service 
organization inspired by its goal of 
helping to make the community a better 
place in which to live. The club gives 
food baskets to needy families, awards 
a scholarship to a worthy senior, and 
conducts a campaign for the removal of 
indecent literature from newsstands. By 
having guest speakers at their meetings, 
the members become aware of the prob- 
lems of adulthood. 



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THE SOUND OF 




Weymouth High School is proud of the 
many talented students in its band and 
orchestra who represent the town by 
performing in other communities as well 
as locally. Under the direction of Mr. 
Paul Warren, the band prepares and 
presents music for football games, as- 
semblies, and graduation exercises. As 
head of the orchestra, Mr. Edmund 
Burke helps develop the talent of many 
serious-minded students planning to 
make music their career. Dedication 
and responsibility are the key words 
in the success of the band and orchestra. 
These organizations are only as good 
as each individual member wants to 
make them. The production of music 
demands a real team effort, with each 
member participating to the fullest of 
his ability. With the work presented by 
the band and orchestra, this year we 
can be sure that their sense of dedica- 
tion and responsibility to each other 
is strong. 



Weymouth High School's noise makers: Steve Massey, Michael 
Grossi, Tim Sweeney 




The Weymouth High School's Mixed Chorus in full 
dress uniform 



THE VOICE 



The Weymouth High School Chorus, 
led by Mr. Aliapoulias, assembles every 
other day in order to prepare for its 
various appearances. It has performed 
before the student body at assemblies 
and other school functions. However, 
the members of the chorus do not restrict 
their singing to just the school but per- 
form during the various festivals 
throughout the year. They feel a deep 
satisfaction at the hearty applause of 
the audience after having delivered a 
successful performance. While bringing 
enjoyment to others, chorus members 
also derive great joy for themselves by 
enriching their lives with the beauty of 
music. 



OF WEYMOUTH HIGH 



Weymouth High School Chorale: Karen Taylor, 
Carol Shippee, Brian Ferguson, Brad Cleaves, Eliza- 
beth Adams, Peter Rosenthal, Barbara Towner, Char- 
les Class, Diane Roberts. Donald Berry, Meryl Meloy 



Mr. A. directs the Weymouth High School Mixed 
Chorus. 






Weymouth High's Girls' Glee Club 



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MUSIC 
FESTIVAL 



Due to Weymouth High School's out- 
standing musical facilities, it played host 
to the annual New England Music Festi- 
val in January. Assembled for this oc- 
casion were over five hundred of the 
best musicians, and vocalists from all 
New England, chosen during previous 
auditions. Those participating in the 
performance were invited by various 
residents of Weymouth to spend the 
weekend in their homes. On Saturday, 
January 16, despite the most severe 
snowstorm of the year, a crowd was en- 
tertained by the musicians, who took 
this opportunity to display their many 
skills which they have been developing 
with patience and hard work. 




The 1965 New England Music Festival 




A cafeteria practice session, in preparation for the 
Music Festival 



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GOVERNMENT IN ACTION 




controversial issue being discussed by Council members: Kllen Lamond, Peter Laverty, Maija Bergs, Dave Ellison, Ginny 
Meany, Leslie Dl Gravio, George Anderson, Alan Will, Mike Joly, Cynthia Snow, Mike Curran, Nancy Alabizio, John Willy 




Student Council provides it members 
with valuable experience in representa- 
tion, leadership, and responsibility. It 
achieves this by sponsoring many acti- 
vities which develop character and good 
citizenship. Such activities include a 
winter and spring dance, a talent show, 
a book fair, and student scholarship 
drives. Included in the council's list of 
activities is the furnishing of school 
monitors and all ushers for high school 
functions. Since the council is always 
searching for ways to expand its bene- 
fits, this year it has founded a school 
mascot, a student bulletin, and cafeteria 
music. With the addition of these new 
items and the ever-increasing number 
of sponsored activities, the Student 
Council is constructing a long-lasting 
tradition for Weymouth High School. 



Mike Busa submits an idea for the Council's approval, 
nan, Cynthia Snow, Nancy Alabizio 



Dave Dri- 




Diligent officers of the Student Council: Peter Laverty, Brigita Bergs, 
Advisor Mr. West, Timothy Montgomery, Maija Bergs 




Leslie Di Gravio, Pete Laverty, Paul Laverty, Maija Bergs, Ellen Lamond, Alan Will, and Carl Roberts give Tim Montgomery a 
few suggestions. 



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ANNEX ACTIVITIES 



The Sophomore Science Club probes the mysteries of the world around us under the 
skillful direction of Mr. Campbell and Mr. Thibodeau. 




Although the sophomores are geo- 
graphically separated from the upper- 
classmen, they certainly are offered an 
array of activities equaling that at the 
high school. Numerous fields of interest 
are included with opportunities for fu- 
ture scientists, actors, journalists, and 
politicians. Special events, such as the 
Talent Show and the Sophomore One 
Act Play, permit the sophomores to dis- 
play the various talents which abound 
in their class. Sophomores, when they 
move to the high school, can continue 
activities which they find of greatest in- 
terest at the Annex, thereby being pro- 
vided with three years of enjoyment 
from worthwhile and educational ac- 
tivities. 



The combined forces of the Student Council and the Student Activity Committee, with Advisor Mr. Shea, discuss sophomore gov- 
ernmental plans. 





The Sophomore Chorus practices at a regular session, to the piano The Sophomore Dramatic Club, who presented "Curious Savage" 

accompaniment of Pauline Izdebski. under the direction of Miss Beverly White 



HEIRS TO TRADITION 




The junior class has enthusiastically 
supported the ideas and activities of the 
upperclassmen, while at the same time 
it has attempted to contribute its own 
ideas for the general benefit of the entire 
school. We feel that they are an integral 
part of the everyday life of Weymouth 
High School. 



The message certainly is bothering John Pisciot- 
toli and Marcia Young — Junior One Act Play. 



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PAN HANDLERS 



The Future Homemakers of America is 
a group of girls who are taking or have 
taken home economics. Their overall 
goal is to help individuals improve per- 
sonal, family, and community living. 
They aim to promote a growing appre- 
ciation of the joys and satisfaction of 
homemaking, to emphasize the impor- 
tance of worthy home membership, to 
encourage democracy in home and com- 
munity life, to foster the development of 
creative leadership, and to further inter- 
est in home economics. The Future 
Homemakers' motto, "Toward New 
Horizons," is a challenge reminding 
members that their contributions to 
home life today will influence the kinds 
of homes they have tomorrow; and that 
the family life of members will influence 
the community and the world. 




Officers of the Future Homemakers of America: Diane McDonough, Mrs. Swain, Advisor, 
Laurie I-eighton, Mary Montgomery, Marlene Zweigle 




The Riding Club has made much 
progress since its beginning only one 
year ago. With the help of Mr. O'Meara 
the members learn their equestrian skills 
by taking riding excursions through the 
Blue Hills and by diligently caring for 
the horses they ride. 




The Riding Club and Advisor, 
Mr. O'Meara 



SNOW SKIMMERS 

Due to the phenomenal growth of skiing 
among young people, the Ski Club has 
been organized to encourage the enjoy- 
ment of this sport. Members are given 
the opportunity to become acquainted 
with techniques and equipment, thereby 
learning while having fun. 



THE MOUNTIES 



Wayne Hart demonstrates the principle of the release binding. 




CHEESE 



Under the direction of Mr. Ghiorse, the Photography 
Club provides the opportunity for high school stu- 
dents to learn the technical and chemical aspects of 
photography. This year the club has conducted ex- 
periments with infrared and ultraviolet light and has 
toured the photography department of the Quincy 
Patriot Ledger. Its twelve members contributed to 
the senior science courses by presenting a series of 
lectures in all the physics classes. Also, by taking 
some Campus pictures and preparing visual dis- 
plays, the members of the club greatly expanded 
their knowledge of this modern science. 



Mr. Ghiorse poses while Edward Baker, president of the Pho- 
tography Club, takes a high angle shot. 






Edward Baker explains the mechanism of a piece of intricate photographic equipment to members of the Photography Club: 
Vincent Best, Peter Cavallo, James Begley, Paul Chroniak, Richard Whitney, Paul Caferella, Stanley Oliver, John Caferella. 



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CHECKMATE 
CHAMPIONS 



At their meetings members of the Chess Club 
match their skills against one another in games 
which demand great concentration. Under the 
direction of their advisor, Mr. Cotugno, Don 
Chamberlain, President, and Bill Nugent, Vice- 
President, arrange tournaments with chess clubs 
from other schools. 




Advisor Mr. Cotugno looks on while members of the Chess Club practice for the big match: Stephen Anderson, David Villeneuve, 
William Nugent, Linda Zonn, Kenneth Tansey, Neal Loud, David Hyland, Charles Turner. 



SUPER 
SALESMEN 



In order to prepare themselves for futures in the 
business world, the members of the Distributive 
Education Club discuss selling techniques and dis- 
plays. In addition to participating in a regularly 
scheduled program of classes, these students also 
gain valuable working experience in their chosen 
fields of business throughout the year. 



Members of the Distributive Education Club of America watch a demonstration of sales techniques. 





The Debate Society is a competitive 
organization designed to increase the 
skills of logical thinking and persuasive 
speaking of its members. In addition 
to its competing in the South Shore 
League, Weymouth has participated in 



collegiate tournaments including Co- 
lumbia University, Dartmouth College, 
and Holy Cross College. These mem- 
bers are attempting to improve society 
by a more complete comprehension of 
existing situations. 



THE POWER OF WORDS 




Debaters Bradford Cleaves, Ellen Silva, Paul Laverty, George Foy, Doug Tilden, and Frank Deakin get some point- 
ers from Advisor Miss Crocker. 




TOMORROW'S 
NOVELISTS 



Marie Morse and Viola Tudor work diligently on their 
latest Creative Writing assignment. 



Under the guidance of Miss Andem 
from the English Department, the Crea- 
tive Writing Club of Weymouth High 
School was newly formed this year. 
This club affords students the opportu- 
nity to write compositions out of class 
in a creative style rather than in an ex- 
pository style. They write short stories 
regularly, usually emulating the style 
or the mood of a recognized author. 
The writers of this club do not aspire to 
write best sellers but to improve their 
powers of written expression so that 
they can continue in college or in later 
life a career in creative writing. 



Judy Kuhn, Kathy McCone, and Jonathan Feld- 
man listen attentively as Miss Andem discusses 
the techniques of creative expression. 





Hard-working English Club members 



PROJECTS 

IN 
ENGLISH 




Mr. Longridge presides over a gathering of English enthusiasts. 



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Operation of the Paper Back Book Store is a major English Club contribution to Weymouth High School. 



The English Club is unusual in the 
respect that it has no sole advisor or 
officers. The club has many worthwhile 
projects during the school year includ- 
ing the operation of the Paper Back 
Book Store. Students agree that having 
a book store is a great convenience 
since many of the books on required 
college reading lists may be obtained 
here. Another project of the club is the 
One Act Play Festival presented in Janu- 
ary. This year the plays included 



"Antic Spring," "Curious Savage," 
and "The Devil and Daniel Webster." 
Each class presented one play. A third 
aspect of the club is to have the ma- 
chinery available to contact students 
when possible trips and important 
events may take place. This year the 
club planned a trip into Boston to see 
the play "View from a Bridge." In the 
spring the group plans to attend the 
Shakespearian Festival at Stratford, 
Connecticut. 




Kathleen Keating, Miss Andem, and Karen Martin read material submitted to the 
Reflector. 



The Reflector is a literary magazine 
published three times annually which 
provides an opportunity for students to 
engage in publication work. It is com- 
posed primarily of short stories, poems, 
and essays submitted by students, but 
also includes features of special interest. 
The Reflector provides an excellent op- 
portunity for students to develop their 
creative ability in the fields of literature 
and art while also serving as an inform- 
ative report on scholastic activities. The 
magazine is organized by the literary 
staff and each article is accompanied 
with an original drawing by a member 
of the art staff. The advertising staff is 
required to solicit ads from local busi- 
ness firms to finance the magazine with 
the entire publication being printed by 
the Vocational School. These staffs, un- 
der the guidance of Miss Andem, pro- 
duce an outstanding literary publica- 
tion. 




Looking forward to a career in art is the Reflector art staff: Diane Jacoby, Laura Green, Karen Berg, Diane Tourigny, Alec Hall, 
Edward Driscoll, Barbara Wilson, Robin Hammer, Margaret Donovan, David Hyland, Jean Hepburn, and Barbara Olson 



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SCHOOL 
WRITERS 




New members to the Reflector sophomore literary staff are Mary Lou Peshek, Sandra 
Gannon, Martha Pye, Nancy Fulton, Karen Bergfors, Kevin Matthews, John Olson, 
Walter Lofgren, Susan Yetman, Pauline Izdebski, Paula Ryder, Karen Cook, and 
Alice Melinis. 




Hardened veterans in the world of journalism are the members of the Reflector senior literary staff: Donna 
Layton, Donald Jackson, Linda Cook, Dorothy Allen, Kenneth Goss, Karen Martin, Priscilla Hodges. 
Philip Sammer, and Kathleen Keating. 




Kathleen Fogg, Jacquelyn Dingwall, Elaine Fiveash, Judith Riley, Susan Baird. Diane Roberts, Janet Har- 
rington, Lawrence Davis, John Pye, and Barbara Holbrook pass judgment on one of last year's issues of 
the Reflector. 



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MEMORIES TO 




Our yearbook, the Campus, is a story 
in pictures of our last year at Wey- 
mouth High School, a year filled with 
many fond memories. As the years go 
on, this book will increase in value, for 
it will help us recall the events of our 
senior year — the joys, the sorrows, the 
social activities, and the studying. Qual- 
ity, which has always been the charac- 
teristic of our Campus, is achieved only 
through the efforts of a dedicated and 
hard-working staff. Although the 
Campus Staff has given much, it has 



Photography Editor Janet von Berg, Kathy De- 
Coste, Jane Halle, and Mike Leahy, overwhelm- 
ed by the myriad of photos they work with. 



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Our indispensable secretarial staff: Laura Hartnett, Barbara Cheney, Pat Whalen, Carol 
Sandblom, Pam Richards, Sarah Brooks, Louise Carriker 





Carol Laniewski, capable and hard-working 
manager of the Campus secretarial staff 



The Senior Section Staff: Marie Furbush, Karen Whittaker, Marie Morse, Carol 
Shippee, Gloria Shute, Editor Charlotte Dillon, and Bob Lawrence work on senior 
write-ups. 



KEEP 



also gained a great deal. Staff mem- 
bers have learned to work cheerfully 
and co-operatively with both fellow stu- 
dents and faculty members; they have 
learned the true meaning of responsibil- 
ity and loyalty; and they have acquired 
a great awareness of what goes on in 
the school. Finally, their work on the 
book has given them the pleasure of 
feeling that they have accomplished 
something which will remain through 
the years as a momento to their class of 
1965 at Weymouth High School. 



All hands ready for work — Sports Co-Editors 
Jim Murphy, Linda Jamieson, Mike Busa, Ken 
Powers 




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Mr. Stephen Chop — The inspirational guide of 
the Campus Art Staff 





Masters of the written word — the Literary Staff: Bruce Campbell, Editor 
Karen Lofgren, Edwina Hartshorn, Dotty McCann, Maureen Killoran, 
Cathy Connolly, Pat Brown 




The tedious work of proofreading diligently carried out by the 
Copy Staff: Editor Dee Thompson, Jimmy Cadigan, Gerry 
Lopez, Audrey La Spada, Sue Libby 



The Campus Art Staff: Ed Driscoll, Lynne Briscoe, Cindy Snow, Sue 
Faustini, Co-Editors Ann Dolber, Viola Tudor — individualism personified 



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Money makers and bookkeepers: Don Cham- 
berlain, Ass't. Business Manager; Les DiGravio, 
Ass't. Sales Manager; Ruth Di Lorenzo, Sales 
Manager; Don Casperson, Business Manager 





Kathy McCone and Barbara Jones demonstrating their techniques to 
other Senior Sales Staff members: Janet Gridley, Paula Componeschi, 
Bernie Riley, Mary Hassan, Donna Hyland, Janet Orfanello, Diane 
Hoyle, and Susan Brown 



The cheerful group who sold to undergraduates — the Junior Sales Staff 




Cm. 




Feature Staff members: Ellen Features Editors: 



Silva, Jimmy Barry 



Pamela Bailey 
and Arlene Cannon 



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Participation in sports proved to be 
an instructive as well as an enjoyable 
experience for me. From it I have de- 
veloped both physically and mentally. 
So many lessons were learned: self-dis- 
cipline came from daily training; team 
play promoted cooperation and the abil- 
ity to work in harmony with others; 
keen competition required mental alert- 
ness and prepared me for a demanding, 
quickly moving world. My mind and 
body became one, coordinated to com- 
plement each other. Realization of ac- 
complishment instilled within me a sense 
of pride and a corresponding will to do 
my best; from these grew self-respect. 



Respect for authority also rose from my 
obligation to bide by officials' decisions, 
though we often disagreed. Socially, 
sports played a prominent role in my 
quest for personality, for it served as 
an agent for meeting classmates on an 
informal basis beyond the scope of a 
classroom. Through our mutual inter- 
ests we established close relationships 
which were to mature into valuable 
friendships. Academic scholarship re- 
mains the core of our educational sys- 
tem, but I have discovered that extra- 
curricular sports programs continue the 
learning process. They have taught me 
a great deal. 



SPORTS 



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The Weymouth High School Football Team: Kenneth Blasser, Cameron Dewar, Vincent Morrison, Brian Silviria, Norman Hazen, 
William Carven, David Ellison, Leonard Caruso, John Pisciottoli, Ronald Ouellet, Barry Greener, Steven Tagen, Coaches Leo 
Hayes, John Burgess, and Frank Cavallo, Ronald Frado, Stephen Colligan, Thomas Ward, Richard Robson, George Andersen, 
John Bailey, Fred Brine, Ray White, Russell Sandblom, Jon Kuja, Steve Pizzi, John Pica, Coach Jack Fisher, Coach Joseph Car- 
ven, Mark Loughmiller, John Lynch, Robert MacLeod, Roger Widden, Wayne Cooney, Mike Busa, James Dunn, Robert Baker, 
Rick Walsh, Dana Laniewski, Timothy DuRoss, Bruce Eaton, Raymond Dorman. 



With the end of another Thanksgiving 
Day victory for Weymouth, came the 
end of another highly successful season. 
The loss of nearly the entire veteran de- 
fensive and offensive lines made the pros- 
pects of the team look small. As usual, 
however, Weymouth's conditioning and 
extensive practice under the direction of 
Coach Fisher paid off. The end of the sea- 
son saw Weymouth with another Subur- 
ban League Championship and a near 
miss at a second consecutive State Cham- 
pionship. The offensive line consisting of 
Dana Laniewski, Bob McLeod, Brian Sil- 
veira, Tim DuRoss, Norm Hazen, Rick 
Walsh, and Dave Drinan made it pos- 
sible for the quarterbacking of Dave 
Ellison; the running of Jimmy Dunn, 
Mike Busa, and Bruce Eaton; and the 
kicking of George Andersen; to bring 
another winning season. The team had 
only one loss, a 22-20 "squeaker" to 
Quincy. The new defensive line of Russ 
Sandblom, Ken Blasser, Roger Widden, 
Brian Silveira, Jon Kuja, Norm Hazen, 
and John Bailey gained the distinction of 
having only six points a game scored 
against them. The outstanding running 
of Jim Dunn, who gained over a mile in 
his high school career, and Mike Busa 
gave them the honor of being selected for 
the All- Scholastic team. 



GRIDIRON 
GREATS 




- 



Mike Busa breaks away for a touchdown. 



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VOICE OF 
VICTORY 

This year the cheerleaders, captained by 
Ellen Lamond, aroused much enthusiasm 
and school spirit at all football and bask- 
etball games and rallies. Continually, 
they gave all their might and vocal pow- 
er to urge the teams on to victory. Cheer- 
leading requires hours of work and prac- 
tice before and during each season to 
strengthen appearances before the pep 
club, student body, and community. It is 
the cheerleader's responsibility to use the 
cheers that will arouse the audience to 
yell and fight along with the team 
through every exciting moment of the 
game. Weymouth's cheerleaders have 
indeed done this throughout the year. 




Donna Rosetti, Marie Furbush, Deborah Xicholls, Janet Smith, Ellen Lamond, Mary Hassan, Linda Jamieson, Helen Gannon, and 
Christine Burgess comprise the 1964-65 cheering squad. 




Weymouth High's reserve cheering squad: Mary Cunningham, Kathy 
DeCoste, Donna Carchidi, Yerna Von Iderstein, Barbara Cheney 



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The Majorettes: Gayle Frid, Cindy Newton, 
Paula Componeschi, Susan Faustini, Paula 
McAskill 



LIFTING OUR SPIRIT 



Leading the band down the football field 
at every game the majorettes, headed by 
Paula Componeschi, showed much en- 
thusiasm and vigor. Throughout the 
games whether they were performing their 
impressive routines in marching forma- 
tion at halftime or doing a few cheers 
along with the cheerleaders, this year's 
majorettes were truly an asset to the 
school. 



An important part of every cheering 
section is the Pep Club. Its purpose is to 
promote school spirit. With Gloria Shute 
as President, Jane Halle as Vice-President, 
and Donna Hyland as Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Weymouth High School's Pep Club 
has enthusiastically cheered loud and 
long throughout the year. 




Staunch supporters of all Weymouth sports efforts 



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Weymouth High School's Basketball Team: Charles Toohey, Dan Lyons, George Andersen, 
Steve Gregg, James McCulloch, Dick Busch, Rich Walsh, Dave Ellison, Chip Dewar, Ronald 
Rouell 



Weymouth's basketball record of eight 
wins and twelve losses is far from indica- 
tive of the team's spirit and depth. The 
team was unable to make the Tech Tour- 
nament this year although all the boys 
worked and played hard under the direc- 
tion of Coach William Kearns to reach 
their playing peak. Paced by juniors 
Steve Gregg and George Andersen in 
scoring and by the fine ball handling of 
senior Dave Ellison and junior Chip 
Dewar, Weymouth was able to deliver 
defeats to such formidable opponents as 
Waltham and Quincy. This year the 
team gained some height in the person of 
Dick Bush, who did much to supplement 
our rebounding and offensive attacks. 
Next year should indeed be a promising 
season for our hoopsters. Veterans 
Gregg, Andersen, and Dewar will be 
joined by Dan Lyons and junior Jim 
Dunlay to form a strong nucleus of re- 
turning players. 



DRIBBLE, 
PASS, AND 
SHOOT 




Going up for the rebound along with the Arlington players are Dick Busch 
and Chip Dewar. 



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Weymouth's Hockey Team: Joe Kelley, Paul Dorman, Danny Reynolds, Ray White, Ross Glynn, 
Coach Dempsey, John Babineau, Donald Costa, Fran McMorrow, Jim Maconochie, John 
O'Shaugnessy, Mike Losordo, Jim Cadigan, Dave Falardeau, Jack DeLuca, Bobby Sheehan, Jim 
Reynolds; not shown — Jerry Whitney, Charles Armstrong 



CUTTING 
SOME ICE 



This year's hockey team fought its way 
to an exceptional 8-5-1 record, and a 
third place tie in the Suburban League 
aided by All-Star Bobby Sheehan, who 
was Weymouth's high scorer and the 
league's leading goal-getter. Another 
outstanding player for the team this year 
was senior David Falardeau, whose 
backchecking and all around playing led 
to many Weymouth scores. Two seniors 
who played an important role in this 
year's season were defenseman Joe Kelley 
and goalie John O'Shaugnessy, who had 
six shutouts to his credit. Underclass- 
men, who aided Coach Dempsey in this 
winning season, were defensemen Paul 
Dorman and Ross Glynn and center 
Dave Costa. 




Sometimes Mr. Dempsey and the ref- 
erees do not see eye to eye. 




"Nobody steals the puck from me and lives to talk about it." Mike Losordo 



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Weymouth High's Wrestling Team: Coach Hill, 
Tim Du Ross, Dana Laniewski, James Dunn, 
Dick Robson, Bob MacLeod, Phil Bronchuk, 
Steve Joyce, Edward Baker, Mr. Schlosser, John 
McCarthy, John White, Mike Webb, Joseph 
McSheffrey, Chris Higgins, Barry Greener, Paul 
Rexford, Paul Campot, Dave Geyer, Dave Ouel- 
let, Ron Ouellet, Jimmy Moore, Karl Erlandson 



The wrestling team, under the coaching 
of Mr. John Hill, captured the Greater 
Boston League Championship. Nine of 
the team's eleven regulars qualified for 
the state championships. Ronnie and 
David Ouellet, brothers and co-captains, 
both captured first place in their respec- 
tive weight classes to lead the team on to 
a third place finish among the Massachu- 
setts schools. Seniors Jim Moore, Bob 
MacLeod, and junior Dana Laniewski 
also placed in their classes. Weymouth 
went on to finish fourth in the New Eng- 
land Championships where Ronnie took 
a first and brother David placed second. 




The human Chinese puzzle — Ron and Dave Ouellet 





"Wait a minute. I'm all tied up." Dana Laniewski, Bob MacLeod 



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Girls' Gymnastic Team, left to right: Kathy Twombley, Judy McMillan, Carol Noyes, Sandy Mell, Marilyn 
O'Brien, Linda Griggs, Maureen MacNamara, Claire Milmore, Marjorie Clouter, Miss White, Marcia Con- 
roy, Nancy Matthews, Sue Daly, Ruth Brown 



Vaulting across the mats and swinging 
around the uneven parallel bars, our 
Weymouth High School Girls' Gym 
Team execute their skills. The new 
coach, Miss Pauline White, and captain 
of the team, Sandra Mell, work together 
with the members to attain coordination, 
grace, and physical perfection. In their 
meet with King Philip, the girls were de- 
feated by only two points. Then against 
Bridgewater-Raynham Sandy Mell 
placed first. Other meets were with Wel- 
lesley and Braintree. In these meets the 
girls were judged by their performance 
on the beam, parallel bars, and horse 
and by their execution of free exercise. 



POETRY IN 
MOTION 



Sandy Mell does a handstand. 



Judy MacMillan accomplishes an eagle on the unevens. 




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Bob Lawrence performs the scissors on the horse. 



A "giant swing" by John Lancaster A handstand by Bruce McGunnigle 

on the parallel bars 



SPORT OF PRECISION 




Boys' Gymnastic Team: Robert Luthie, Robert Lawrence, Alan Karstunen, Bruce McGun- 
nigle, John Lancaster, Roland Beatty, Terry Power, Michael Benedict, Second Assistant 
Coach Corrigan, Phillip Sammer, Michael Maguire, James Corrigan, Mark Lewis, Mark 
Delorey, Kevin Powers, Thomas Curran, Coach Hayes, Jim Doherty, David Martel, Gary 
Cook, Paul Fleming, James Clapp, Ray Laramee 



The Boys' Gymnastic Team, under the 
instruction of coaches Leo Hayes and 
James Corrigan, compiled a deceiving 
4-3 record. Despite the lack of experi- 
ence, team members showed good 
strength and steady improvement. The 
team lost some close meets, one by just .2 
of a point. John Lancaster, captain of 
this year's team, led them to a third place 
finish in the Suburban League Cham- 
pionships by placing first in the high bar 
event. Other consistent placers were sen- 
iors Robert Lawrence, Al Karstunen. 
Bruce McGunnigle. The Boys' Gymnas- 
tic Team looks forward to a bright future 
with the return of 7 outstanding juniors 
like Terry Power, James Corrigan, and 
Marc Delorv. 




"On your mark!" John Lorden, Peter Knowles, Kevin Quill, Peter Morris, David Seymour, Billy Ketchen, Bruce Eaton, Glen 
Gately 



SPEED AND STAMINA 



An up and coming sport at Weymouth 
is Track. Under the direction of Coach 
O'Leary, our teams have achieved out- 
standing records. The Cross Country 
Team started things off, led by senior 
Captain Art Doine, who broke the course 
records every time he ran. He was as- 
sisted by other fine seniors: Bob Allen, 
Bill Wiggins, and James Tyler. Juniors 
Steve Gregg, Allan Will, Larry Boivin, 
Kevin Quill, and Tom Bigelow and soph- 
omore Ron Hunter rounded out the 
group. The team had a 6 and 2 record. 
Winter Track took up where the Cross 
Country Team left off, coming in second 
in the powerful Met League, second only 
to the perennial track power of Ringe 
Tech. They just barely missed successful- 
ly defending the Class "A" title. The 
Spring Track Team promises to be the 
finest in Weymouth's history with a good 
chance to be the outdoor State cham- 
pions. 



Glen Gately in the broadjump 



Up and over 





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Winter Track: Ron Hunter, Tom Bigelow, Alan Will, Kevin Quill, Pat Doine, Joe Haney, Dave 
Seymour, Joseph Blynn, Bob Frazer, Bob Douglas, Larry Boivin, Coach O'Leary, David Allen, 
Harvey Eaton, Stephen De Pari, Glen Gately, Art Doine, Robert Allen, Bill Wiggins 



David Allen, Robert Allen, Arthur Doine, Glenn Gately, Steven De Pari, Harvey Eaton, Bill Wiggins 





Dorothy McCann, Ann Connolly, Judy Dunning, Janet Harrington, Joanne Simon, Evelyn Bentley, Diane Roberts, and Linda 
Howard 



Initiated last year by Miss Arnold and a 
group of enthusiastic girls, the Weymouth 
High Girls' Tennis Team hopes for more 
matches this spring with the surrounding 
communities. Miss Arnold began the 
team, hoping to develop poise and mus- 
cular coordination in the girls. In all the 
matches the girls are divided into two 
teams, singles and doubles. The com- 
bined forces of the experienced players 
and newcomers will certainly make a 
strong team for the coming season. Long 
practice sessions and hard exercise have 
greatly improved our players and our 
hopes for a winning team this year. 



RAISING 
A 

RACQUET 



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THE RACQUET SQUAD 




Peter Keefe at the net Richie Ryan ready for the follow through 




Mr. Dempsey, Russ Thereault, Brad Cleaves, David Haley, Carl Roberts, James 
Murphy, Jeff Weaver, Richie Ryan, Charlie Verge, Peter Keefe, John Willy, and Dick 
Whitney 



This season as expected was the best in 
the history of the tennis team. The in- 
creased interest in tennis, which brought 
a turnout of seventy boys last year, 
brought an increase in the ability of the 
players. The team had more depth and 
experience this year than ever before. 
Seniors Dave Haley and Jim Murphy 
were both in their third year as lettermen. 
and juniors such as Dick Whitney, Rich 
Ryan, John Haughn, and Bob Donovan 
showed great promise for the future. This 
year Weymouth's schedule consisted of 
matches with such top contenders as 
Quincy and Hingham. The team equaled 
both of these opponents. Under the 
coaching of William Dempsey, Wey- 
mouth again was a top contender in 
Division One. 



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BIG LEAGUE HOPEFULS 




The Weymouth High defending Subur- 
ban League Champions under the guid- 
ance of Coach George Player displayed a 
tight defense and a top-notch pitching 
staff this year. The loss of six of last 
year's lettermen made it necessary for 
Coach Player to rebuild the lineup. 
Through hard work and long practice 
hours, the team developed into one of the 
strongest in the Suburban League. 

Thanks to spirit and skill, Weymouth 
made a good showing against such for- 
midable opponents as Waltham, Water- 
town, and Arlington. The pitching staff, 
consisting of George Andersen and Jim 
Buker, made the task of defense easy for 
the fielders. The hitting of Dave Ellison 
and Jim Buker sparked the Weymouth 
offense. Seniors Pete Laverty, Dave El- 
lison, Jim Machonochie, Ken Powers, 
and Doug Yon Iderstein held the Wey- 
mouth defense together. 



Ready for a home run, Jim: Jim Dunn 



Weymouth High's Baseball Team: Doug Von Iderstein, Dave Ellison, James 
Dunn, John Henley, Peter Laverty, James Maconochie, George Andersen, 
James Buker, John Bailey, Coach Player 




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I am a part of all that I have met. 
From school, home, and community I 
have derived my character. Perhaps 
especially from those whom I have en- 
countered in school have I shaped the 
person I am. From each of my class- 
mates I have borrowed the parts which 
have molded my own personality. From 
such diverse sources I have become an 
individual. 

Because I experienced the same diffi- 
culties and joys with my companions, I 
and they understand each other. I owe 
a great debt to these faithful friends who 
have joined with me in the quest for per- 
sonality. From them I have received en- 
couragement and comradeship; to them 



I give a lasting place of prominence 
among my memories. 

In spite of today's changing condi- 
tions, I have been prepared by my teach- 
ers for the great step forward to gradua- 
tion, a milestone in my life. I shall now 
start to draw dividends in proportion to 
my investments. According to the 
amount of disciplined effort I have put 
into my days at Weymouth High School, 
I receive preparation for the future. 

I greet the days and years ahead not 
with dread or fear, but rather with renew- 
ed enthusiasm and hope. For although I 
must leave Weymouth High School and 
the friends I have made here, I find a 
whole new world opening up to me. 



GRADUATES 

1965 



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OFFICERS '65 





Virginia Meany 
Treasurer 



David Ellison 
President 



Timothy Montgomery 
Vice-President 



Ellen Lamond 
Secretary 



Due to their qualities of leadership and 
responsibility, these four people have 
been chosen by their classmates to guide 
and unify the student body. David El- 
lison, president, Timothy Montgomery, 
vice-president, Ellen Lamond, secretary, 
and Virginia Meany, treasurer, have 
served our class of 1965 well. They have 
represented the student body at various 
functions, acting as ambassadors to the 
class, and leading the procession at grad- 
uation. These representatives of our sen- 
ior class have served the entire year by 
guiding us with their good judgment and 
responsibility. 



Vocational High School Class Officers 
Joseph Barry, Secretary-Treasurer 
Ralph Poland, President 
Joseph Maher, Vice-President 





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RICHARD W. AALTO 

Rick will find future success in the field of 
carpentry... as for now he enjoys all types of 
cars. ..spends his spare time shooting pool. 

Honors 11; Senior Prom Comm. 12 



WILLIAM F. ABDY 

Bill seems to be still undecided about his 
future... outside of school he is a member of 
C.Y.O. He is quiet most of the time... likes 
people who are cheerful. 

Hockey 10, 11, 12 





CURTIS G. ADAMS 

Curt has plans of becoming a chemist after 
graduation. ..In his spare time he belongs to 
the Naval Reserve and Youth Fellowship. 
He also plays the guitar in a band. 

Honors 1, 11; Applied Chemistry 12; Grad. 
Dance Comm. 12 



ELIZABETH P. ADAMS 

Pat intends to go into nursing.. .She is an 
active member of Rainbow and has an out- 
going personality. ..trig, is her favorite sub- 
ject. 

Honors 10; Chorus 10, 11, 12;PepClubll, 
12; Chorale 11, 12; Girls Glee Club 12; Sr. 
Nom. Comm. 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 12 



JONATHAN E. ADAMS 

Jon is quiet and thoughtful... plans to further 
his education at college... when notbusywith 
his studies, he enjoys cars and electronics. 



ELENE F. AHERNE 

Elene is going to become a teacher... In her 
extra hours she participates in C.Y.O. and 
works at Remick's in Quincy. 

Election Day Comm. 12; Cap & Gown 
Comm. 12; Soph. Party Comm. 10; Student 
Council Book Fair 10; Honors 10, 11; Pep 
Club 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; F.T.A. 12 



KAREN A. ADAMS 

Concern for others is a virtue of all future 
nurses and she is no exception. She is an 
active member of the Drum and Bugle 
Corps. Karen is pleasantly shy and her 
favorite subject is French. 

Election Day Registration 12 



STEPHAN D. ALEMIAN 

This fellow's quick wit and ready laugh will 
provide him with many friends on the col- 
lege campus. ..regularly attends DeMolay 
meetings. ..football, baseball, basketball... 
makes no difference to Steve who just nat- 
urally loves all sports with no exceptions. 

Chorus 11 






ALBERT P. ALEX 

Al prefers secondary education as his voca- 
tion. ..He enjoys C.Y.O., bowling, and dra- 
matics... He also likes trig. 

Honors 11; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; Elec- 
tion Day Comm. 12 



DAVID J. ALLEN 

Dave.. .a future sheet metal worker... partici- 
pates in all kinds of sports — especially 
football and swimming. ..digs motorcycles. 

Football 10; Track 10, 11, 12; Open House 
12 





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DOROTHY C. ALLEN 

Dottie plans to be an architect.. .outside of 
school she is the president of L.R.Y., a Sun- 
day school teacher and a member of the 
church choir. 

Honors 10; High Honors 11; Open House 
10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; Math Club 11, 
Treas. 12; Jr. One Act Play; Summer Read- 
ing 11; H.R. Mesngr. 11; Reflector 12 



JOHN C. ALMEIDA 

John plans to be a commercial skin diver... 
likes skin diving and swimming.. .rather 
quiet but gifted with many abilities. 

Wrestling 10. 11. 12 



ROBERT J. ALLEN 

To become an electronics engineer lies in 
Bob's future.. .He belongs to C.Y.O. and an 
outside camera club.. .He enjoys photog- 
raphy very much. 



Cross Country 10, 
Winter Track 1 0. 
Club V. Pres. 12 



11. 12; Spring and 
11, 12; Photography 



RICHARD A. AMICO 

Dick is headed for the seminary. ..He is in 
C.Y.O. ...likes Latin and dislikes snobbish 
people. 

St. John's Atonement Seminary 10; Band 
10, 11, 12; Library Staff 11, 12; Library 
Club 12 



SANDRA L. ANDERSON 



CAROL M. ANDERSON" 

Carol plans to be a secretary. ..outside of 
school she is a member of Rainbow. ..is 
rather quiet.. .likes office practice.. .her future 
boss will like her efficiency. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Longridge's Sec't. 12 



Sandy plans to enter the business field of 
IBM. When she isn't working at Dorothy's 
her favorite activity is skating. Her beauti- 
ful blonde hair and neat appearance make 
her a popular clerk. 



Intramurals 10; 
11. 12 



Cvm Team 11; F.B.L.A. 



STEVEN J. ANDERSON 

Steve is an apt student who enjoys working 
in biology. ..an active member of the Order 
of DeMolay and an electronics enthusiast. 
After college a career in biochemistry awaits 
him. 

Cross Country 10. 11; Winter Track 10; 
Voting Comm. 12; Electronics Club 11; 
Honors 11 



IMANTS ANS BERGS 

Imanto desires further education at the 
Wentworth Institute of Technology. He 
has participated in a local folk dance group 
and likes to skin dive. His interests lie in 
the field of math and mechanical drawing. 

Gvmnastics Team 11; Speedreading 11, 12; 
Ski Club 12 



ROBERT A. ANGELO 

Bob Angelo will never be found idle. His 
fun-loving and carefree personality and 
sense of humor will gain him manv friends 
and certain success at college. The future is 
bound to have much in store for him. 

Football 10: Honors 10, 11; Ski Club 12 



VIESTURS ANSBERGS 

Vee plays a mean guitar and enjoys work- 
ing in a local folk dance group. During 
winter weekends he will often be found ski- 
ing down snow-covered mountainsides... 
hopes to pursue a career in technology at 
Wentworth Institute. 

J.V. Football 11; Weightlifting 11; Ski Club 
12; Speedreading 11. 12 




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ELAINE I. ARMSTRONG 

A friendly, out-going girl with a lively 
smile... Elaine plans to become a teacher.. .a 
member of C.Y.O. who enjoys tennis and 
bowling, she dislikes conceited people. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Jr. Norn. Comm.; 
Pep Club 10, 11; Campus Sales 12; Eng. 
Club; High Honors 10, 11 



JEAN M. ARMSTRONG 

Jean is a likeable, friendly person who 
works diligently at a part-time job after 
school. A prospective medical secretary, 
she has gained experience in this field by 
working as secretary to Mr. Eisher. 

Intramurals 10; F.B.L.A.; Mr. Fisher's Sec 't. 
12; Honors 10, 11 





WARREN C. ASSMUS 

A rugged sportsman who stays in condition 
by participation in wrestling, body-building, 
and even scuba-diving when the weather is 
right.. .Warren plans to make a career out 
of this avocation, and major in phys.-ed. at 
Springfield College. 

Wresding 10, 11 



STEPHEN A. BABCOCK 

Steve's sharp and aggressive personality is 
well known at Weymouth High. He is often 
seen around town on his speedy motor- 
scooter.. .works part-time in a restaurant... 
becoming a chef at the Culinary Institute of 
New Haven is his wish. 

Ski Club 12 



JOHN E. BABINEAU 

John transferred to Weymouth High from 
Scituate in his sophomore year. Since that 
time he has been very active in this com- 
munity. ..member of the National Friendship 
League, he enjoys writing to penpals. Trav- 
el is his immediate future plan. 



Football 10; Hockev 10, 
12 



11, 12; Ski Club 



JAMES C. BACON 

Jim will talk his way through the rugged 
courses in basic training as required by the 
Marines. ..C.Y.O. baseball keeps him fit now. 
He has no use for Monday mornings and 
phoney smiles particularly irk him. 



PAMELA J. BAILEY 

Always smiling.. .Pam's future lies in mathe- 
matics. Very active in Rainbow. ..sheenjoys 
playing the piano. 

Sr. Prom Comm.; Campus 11, 12; Feature 
Ed. 12; Pep Club 10, 11; Honors 10; High 
Honors 1 1 



JOHN G. BACK 

A future electrical engineer, John plans to 
attend Wentworth Institute. ..he struts with a 
drum corps as the drum major. ..football 
and baseball are sports that John enjoys 
best.. .girls with long hair, beware ! 

Ski Club 12 



JOHN J. BAILEY 

An avid C.Y.O. hockey player and active in 
sports, Jack is heading for college. His 
friendly, jovial personality is well-known in 
Weymouth. 

H. R. Mesngr. 10; H. R. Rep. 10; Soph. 
Norn. Comm.; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Wres- 
tling 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 12 



EDWARD A. BAKER 

Ted hopes to attend West Point and become 
a career officer... belongs to Y.P. Square 
Dance Club.. .develops his own pictures... 
likes to fish, hunt, and shoot skeet. 

Wrestling Team 11; Photography Club, 
Pres. 12; Head Lab Ass't 




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ROBERT H. BAKER 

Success for Bob lies in either of two fields 
for he mav enter the Marine Corps or be- 
come an auto mechanic... all cars are his 
favorites. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



SANDRA J. BARBIERE 

Sandy plans to attend a business school. 
She is an active member of C.V.O. and en- 
jovs tvping and shorthand. Sandy will 
surelv find success as a good secretary. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80, 
Sec't. to Mr. Boland 






JOHN F. BARCELLOS 

A quiet and sincere person. ..Johnny plans 
a career in the Navy. His interests deal 
with sports, specifically baseball and bas- 
ketball, .likes math and dislikes dishonesty 
in people. 



PAULINE L BARNES 

Polly hopes to become an IBM operator... 
quiet and shv with a pleasant personality. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. One Act Plav; 
Chorus ll;Pep Club 11, 12; Reflector H. R. 
Rep. 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Riding Club 12 



PATRICIA P. BARNES 

Pat is an ambitious girl who splits her time 
between school and work. ..she looks for- 
ward to the day when she'll be planning 
furniture arrangement and color schemes 
as an interior decorator. 



WAYNE E. BARRETT 

Quiet Wavne is undecided about his future... 
interested in racing and cars. ..dislikes base- 
ball. ..perhaps he'll find his future in Minne- 
apolis, or, if not there, he might find his 
way to Detroit and work in car design. 



This stairway leads to the halls of tradition at Weymouth High School Annex. 
With proper education and guidance, these young and impressionable sopho- 
mores have made the right beginning on their quest for personality. 




H. NATALIE BARROWS 

A future secretary. ..Nat's plans upon gradu- 
ation are to attend secretarial school. 

Bitburg High School, Germanv; Girls' Ath- 
letic Association 10; French Club 10; Cheer- 
leader. Cheerleading Club 10; F.B.L.A. 12; 
Pep Club 12; Reflector Sec't. 12; Reflector 
H. R. Rep. 12; Sr. Party Comm. 



JAMES V. BARRY 

Jim, a licensed pilot, is a member of the 
Naval Reserve. He plans to attend college 
and become an executive pilot. 

Band 10; Brass Choir 10; Chess Club 10; 
Junior Usher; Campus Staff 12; Honors 
10, 11 





JOSEPH M. BARRY 

Plans to become a Navy man after gradua- 
tion. ..Joe is a member of P. P.... dislikes tall 
girls. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Baseball Mangr. 
10; Sec't.-Treas., W.V.T.H.S. 12; Campus 
12; Student Gov t. 12; Re/lector Rep. 11 



LINDA J. BARRY 

Lynn's quick Wit will help her to succeed in 
her plans for college... a member ofC.Y.O. 
with hopes for becoming a medical secretary 
...dislikes insincerity. 

Pep Club 10, 11; F.X.A. 11: English Club 
12 




BRUCE E. BARTON 

A sports enthusiast.. .often found hunting... 
Bruce dislikes girls who smoke.. .plans to 
be a sheet metal worker. 

Office Dutv 11, 12 



RAYMOND M. BEAN", JR. 

Ray is interested in cars and construction 
work... his friendliness will contribute to his 
success at Wentworth Institute. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



ARTHUR R. BATES, JR. 

Dick has clearly established plans for his 
future.. .after graduation he plans to go to 
college and major in the field of chemical 
engineering.. .his friendly nature will always 
be an asset. 



ROLAND V. BEATTY, JR. 

A career in the Coast Guard is what he 
wants for his future. ..he has a triendly smile 
for everyone.. .he is active in his Explorer 
post and works as a lifeguard in the sum- 
mer. 

Gym Team 10. 11. 12; Ski Club 12 







GERARD L. BEAUDOIN 

His career will be in the field of aviation.. .a 
friendly and talkative nature will always be 
an asset to Jerry. ..for the present, fast cars 
and Hondas are high on his list of favorite 
pastimes. 



RAYMOND BENEDETTI, JR. 

Coin collecting is Ray's hobby. ..likes Ital- 
ian food. ..dislikes homework.. .Ray wants 
to be an estimator. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Student Gov t. 11. 
12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; 
Monitor 11, 12; Office Dutv 11, 12 



JAMES BEGLEY 

Jim enjovs coin collecting and is active in 
his C.Y.O....in the future he plans to attend 
college and major in the field of electronic 
engineering. 

Audio Visual 11, 12; Electronics Club 11; 
Gym Team 10; Photography Club 12 



BARRY E. BENSON 

A hunting enthusiast... Barry will be a skill- 
ful welder in the Navy. 

Open House 11. 12; Office Duty 11; Caf- 
eteria Worker 10, 11, 12 



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EVELYN M. BENTLEY 

Eve.. .treasurer of her youth fellowship 
group. ..plans to become anurse... her friend- 
smile will brighten any patient. 

J.M.S.V.C. 12; Intramurals 10; F.N.A. 11, 
Pres. 12; English Club 11, 12; Tennis Team 
11; Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. Party; Miss Crock- 
er's Sec't. 12 



MAIJA BERCS 

The Marsha Jordan Fashion Board, the 
Bobbie Brooks National Fashion Board, 
and a broad interest in other activities 
guarantee success in fashion and retailing 
for Maija. 

Student Council 10, 11; Sec't. 12; Cafe. 
Monitor 10, 11; Campus Sales Staff 11; 
Ass't. Ed. 12; F.H.A. 11; Sec't. 12; Old 
Colony Club Honorary Member 12; High 
Honors 10, 11 






ALICE J. BERM INGHAM 

After graduating she will enter the working 
world. ..her quiet manner is sure to please 
her boss...plaving tennis and walking oc- 
cupy her spare time. 

F.B.L.A. 12 



VINCENT G. BEST, JR. 

Buddv is verv friendlv and alwavs coopera- 
tive. His interests and aptitudes seem to lie 
in the field of science. He plans to become 
an aeronautical engineer after graduation. 

Photography Club 12; A.V. Club 12 



CHRISTINE A. BERNIER 

Chris plans either to work for the telephone 
company or to be a hairdresser... in her 
spare time she enjoys bowling and in the 
summer, water skiing. 

Intramurals 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 11; D.E.C.A. V. Pres. 12; Short- 
hand Cert. 80 



JEAN M. BIGLEY 

Jeannie... friendly and fun-loving.. .college 
lies in her future.. .enjoys all sports... a talent- 
ed pianist.. .likes to write creative stories. 

Chorus 10, 11; English Club 10, 11; High 
Honors 10 



KENNETH A. BIRTWELL 

Kenny is very friendly and amusing. He is 
active in his church youth group and enjoys 
bowling. After graduation and college he 
hopes to become an engineer. 

Key Club 12 



BONNIE M. BLANCHARD 

Bonnie is the vice-president of her C.Y.O.... 
very friendly and witty. 

Student Council 10, 11; Chorus 10; Pep 
Club 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Reflector Adv. Staff 
12; Campus Sales Staff 12; English Club 
12; Girls' Glee Club 12; Election Day 
Comm., Sec't., Moderator 12; Sr. Party 
Comm. 



ALLAN M. BLANCHARD 

Al sees his future in the Navy. ..he's a good 
talker and a friendly fellow who enjoys go- 
ing bowling... '57 Chryslers appeal to Al, 
but he does not like to be on the same road 
with a woman driver. 

English Club 10; Cafe. Worker 11; Election 
Dav 12; Debate Club 10, 12 



RONALD BLANCHARD 

A future carpenter... belongs toC.Y.O.... likes 
sports, especially football.. .always smiling. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 





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ANGELA B. BOGNANNO 

Angle is talkative and friendly. ..she enjoys 
dancing and dislikes people who act con- 
ceited. As a secretary she will certainly find 
success in the future. 

Mrs. Wheeler's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



EDWARD W. BOUDREAU 

Quiet and intelligent... after graduation Ed 
plans to attend college and study account- 
ing. ..enjoys all sports. ..in his spare time he 
works as a baker's helper at Liberty Model 
Bakery. 

Library Staff 11, 12; Junior Usher; F.B.L.A. 
12; Honors 10, 11 



RUSSELL V. BOOTH 

Loquacious Russ who has a talent for num- 
bers hopes to major in mathematics at an 
institute of higher learning.. .C.Y.O. basket- 
ball and his job at Gurtis Farms fill a great 
deal of his time... interested in sports of all 
kinds and hot rod records really send him. 

Gap & Gown Comm. 



ELIZABETH A. BOUDREAU 

Talkative... Betty hopes to further her edu- 
cation at business school and then become 
a secretary. ..enjoys all sports. ..an active 
member of C.Y.O. 

Basketball Intramurals 10; F.B.L.A. 12 



LINDA A. BOVA 

Quiet and friendly. ..after graduation Linda 
hopes to attend Chandler... an active mem- 
ber of C.Y.O. 

Pep Club 10; Fashion Show 10; F.B.L.A. 
11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; Honors 11; 
English Club 11; Mr. Clancy's Sec't. 12 



MARILYN A. BOYD 

Mai plans to someday be a secretary. ..in 
her spare time she enjoys bowling and sew- 
ing. ..an active member of C.Y.O. 

Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 
80; English Club 12; F.H.A. 12; Mr. Por- 
ter's Sec't. 12; Reflector Sec't. 12; Honors 
11 





JUDITH A. BOYNTON 

A Candy Striper. ..Judy plans to be either a 
nurse or a physical therapist. ..active in 
Weymouth Bible Club and Curtain Call 
Theater. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Glee Club 12; Reflector 
H. R. Rep. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 12; 
Mr. Cicchese's Sec't. 10; Southeastern Dis- 
trict Music Festival 11; F.N. A. 12; Election 
Day 12 



LINDA L. BRESNAHAN 

Linda plans a future in I.B.M. work. ..out- 
side of school she participates in Weymouth 
Bible Club and Rainbow. ..enjoys bowling, 
traveling and reading.. .dislikes bossy peo- 
ple. 

Library Staff 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12 




LYNNE M. BRISCOE 

A bright girl with many interests... Lynne 
will find success as an elementary grade 
teacher. ..secretary- of her youth group. 

Campus 12; F.T.A. 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; 
Guide-Open House 10; Pep Club 10 



PRISCILLA A. BROBERG 

Friendly and considerate of others. ..Pris 
hopes to attend college and major in ac- 
counting. ..rainy days annoy her. 

Band 10, 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; 
Miss Toomey's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Hon- 
ors 10 





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NELSON O. BROCE, JR. 

Enjoys everything, especially food. ..an avid 
water skier.. .Nels w ill ride the wave of suc- 
cess at college.. .he is sure to be successful in 
whatever field he pursues after college.. .ac- 
tive in DeMolay. 

Sr. Nora. Comm. 



JOYCE V. BROOKS 

A cheerful and intelligent girl who likes to 
play tennis in her spare time.. .hopes to ma- 
jor in math at college... tardy people annoy 
Joyce. 

English Club 12; Pep Club 10; Honors 10, 
11 



PHILLIP BRONCHUK 

An active boy who always enjoys a good 
time.. .Phil plans to enter college after gradu- 
ation. ..sports cars interest him. 

Football 10; Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 12 



SARAH J. BROOKS 

A quiet but friendly girl who enjoys reading 
in her spare time. ..hopes to enter business 
school after graduation. ..horseback riding 
and tennis are tops with Sarah. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Campus Sec't. 12; High Hon- 
ors 10, 11 





DOUGLAS H. BROWN 

Active in Warriors Drum and Bugle Corps 
...works at Capitol Market. ..wants to be a 
photo offset engraver. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Monitor 11, 12; 
Office Duty 11, 12; Sr. Noni. Comm.; Sr. 
Party Comm.; Campus Staff 12 



HELEN C, BROWN 

A smart and friendly girl. ..Helen's interests 
are reading and eagerly watching sports... 
in the future after college we will find her in- 
terest to be social sciences. 

Library Staff 10, 11, 12; Debate Club 10, 
11. 12; Campus Sales Staff 12 



JANET BROWN 

A friendly girl who has many hobbies... 
Janet especially likes bowling and roller 
skating. ..has a desire to enter business 
school, then on to a successful career. 

Fashion Show 10, 11 



PATRICIA A. BROWN 

A cheerful personality. ..Patty pursues many 
interests, especially sports and math. ..sure 
to be a success after college as a teacher. 

Campus 12; Honors 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11 



LORRAINE BROWN 

Lorrie likes to play pool and dance , dislikes 
unfriendlv people. ..would like to become a 
model in the future. 

Chorus 10; Jr. Party Comm.; Pep Club 12 



PAUL L. BROWN 

"Tugboat". ..an active and friendly person 
who participates in all sports, especially 
church basketball, baseball, and football... 
hopes to become an I.B.M. repair techni- 
cian. ..waking up to go to school annoys 
him. ..dislikes being called Steve. 

Soph. Nom. Comm. 






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STEPHEN W. BROWN 

Spends a lot of time working on Chevies... 
very friendly. ..his goal is East Coast Air- 
craft. 

Open House 10. 11, 12 



STEVEN R. BROWN 

A quiet person. ..but a warm personality lies 
underneath. ..a career in accounting is in 
Steve's future... he likes cars and enjoys 
participating in all sports. 

Crad. Dance Comm. 




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SUSAN M. BROWN 

A quiet girl who enjoys reading.. .Sue hopes 
to attend college and become a history 
teacher. ..outside interests include skiing and 
skating. 

Chorus 10, 11; Cymnastics 10, 11; Glee 
Club 12; Campus Sales Staff 12; Re/lector 
Adv. Staff 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Cap & 
Gown Comm. 



BRUCE R. BRUNELLE 

A bug on sports cars. ..Bruce hopes to enter 
the field of engineering and drafting after 
graduation. Outside of school his activities 
include participation in all sports. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. Party Comm. 





PAULA A. BUCCHERI 

Short and sweet... Paula is headed for a 
career in personnel management after 
graduation. ..she enjoys bowling and swim- 
ming in her spare time.. dislikesloud people. 

Pep Club 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 10, 11; Open 
House 10 



ROBERT J. BUCKLEY 

Bob... a car enthusiast. ..outside of school he 
belongs to C.Y.O. and spends a great deal 
of time working around cars. Although 
still undecided about his future plans, Bob 
will probably find his career in the Navy. 

A.V. Club 10 






Drafting taxes the patience but rewards the senses with order. If our own life 
could be so beautifully diagrammed, the worth of a conscientious hand would 
be better valued. 



JAMES M. BUKER 

Jim's experience on the Cape Cod Baseball 
League will benefit him in playing profes- 
sional ball. ..very friendly. ..he likes A's in 
economics. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12 



ROBERT F. BULLARD 

Easy going and always friendlv and cheer- 
ful... although he dislikes math. Bob has an 
interest in aviation and electronics and will 
perhaps enter one of these fields after he 
completes his education. 





CHRISTINE BURGESS 

A horseback riding fan. ..Chris plans to at- 
tend Endicott Junior College and become a 
secretary of tomorrow. 

Sr. Prom Comm.; Sr. H. R. Mesngr.; Gym 
Team 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mrs. 
Diment's Sec't.; Cheerleader 11, 12; Hon- 
ors 10, 11 



ELIZABETH M. BURKE 

A member of Rainbow... Betty plans a 
career as a secretary... she works as a volun- 
teer for South Shore Hospital. 

Chorus 10; F.B.L.A. 12; Mrs. Carroll's 
Sec't. 11; Mr. Powers' Sec t. 12 





CHARLES II. J. BURNS 

With a Naval career in the future, Barnes 
should do well. ..he has an interest in vari- 
ous sports and maintains a part-time job... 
friendly and boisterous. 

Football 10, 1 1 



PETER W. BURROW'S 

A unique but thoughtful personality . Pete 
can be found skiing in winter and sailing in 
summer... a college education lies in his 
future. 

Debate Club 10, 1 1; Ski Club 12 



RICHARD P. BURRELL 

A willing worker... active in C.Y.O.... Dick 
likes to play tennis. ..hopes to enter college 
in September. 

Soph. Norn. Comm.; Soph. Party Comm.; 
Student Council 10; Electronics Club 12; 
Voting Comm. 12; Senior Party Comm.; 
Honors 10, 11 



MICHAEL W. BUSA 

A true athlete who loves skiing, basketball, 
and all other sports. ..Mike is anticipating a 
career in math after college. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Spring and Winter 
Track 10, 11, 12; Student Council 12; 
Campus Sports Staff 12 



RICHARD V. BUSCH 

A sports enthusiast. ..spends spare time read- 
ing.. .college is Dick's desire. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; 
Ski Club 12 



JEFFREY C. BUTLER 

Ambitious. ..officer in DeMolay and presi- 
dent of his Youth Fellowship... Jeff plans to 
attend college and major in biology. 

Wrestling 11; Key Club 11, 12; fie/lector 
Art Staff 11, 12; Ski Club 12 





BARBARA BUTTERFIELD 

A future home economics teacher or a direc- 
tor of Christian education. Barb is now ac- 
tive in Rainbow and serves on the Executive 
Committee of the Diocesan Council. Her 
pleasant manner is enjoyed by all. 

F.H.A. 10, 11, V. Pres. 12; Re/lector Art 
Staff 12 



JAMES L. CADIGAN, JR. 

Plays all sports... active in C.Y.O....as a 
social worker Jim's conscientiousness will be 
a great asset to him. 

Student Council 10; Hockey 10, 11, 12; 
Baseball 11; Senior Prom Comm.; Campus 
Copy Staff 12; Honors 10 





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JOHN J. C AFAR ELLA 

Friendly. ..active in C.Y.O.. ..plans to further 
his education. 

English Club 10; Math Club 1 1; Electronics 
Club 11; Photography Club 12 




BRUCE A. CAMPBELL 

Unpredictable... active in DeMolay, Ex- 
plorers, and Holbrook Rifle Club. ..antici- 
pates further education. 

Junior Usher; Chess Club 12; Ski Club 12; 
Campus Literary Staff 12; Honors 10, 11 



DONNA J. CALLAHAN 

Quiet and sincere, Donna is always willing 
to aid a fellow student. ..should delight her 
customers when she becomes a hairdresser 
...can be found bowling day or night. 

F.B.L.A. 12 



ARLENE G. CANNON 

Arlenc.a sincere and friendly person. ..her 
future plans are undecided. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
Eng. Club 10, 11; Honors 10, 11; F.N. A. 
12, V. Pres. 11; Tennis Team 11, 12; Grad. 
Dance Comm.; Jr. Party Comm.; Student 
Council Alt. 11; Campus Sales Staff 11, 
Feature Staff 12 



RICHARD J. CANOVA 

Rick.. .plans to serve Uncle Sam after gradu- 
ation from high school.. .he divides his time 
between work, school, and C.Y.O. hockey... 
a likeable fellow with a quick humor.. .an 
avid television fan. 



CAROL CAN TORI 

Warm, outgoing personality. ..Carol says 
she likes food, clothes, and parties. ..enjoys 
meeting all kinds of people but avoids ego- 
tists... she hasn't completely decided about 
her future but perhaps will use her artistic 
abilities after attending art school. 





GEORGE A. CAPPOLA 

Always ready to lend a helping hand... ac- 
tive in House of Lord and C.Y.O.. ..hopes to 
find his way into the political world. 

Debate Club 10, 1 1; F.B.L.A. 1 1; Rec. Sec't. 
12; Voting Comm. 12 



ROBERT W. CAREY 

Bob... a member of C.Y.O.... works at the 
South Shore Hospital. ..headed for a career 
in medicine. 

A.V. 10, 11; Key Club 11, 12; Biology Lab 
Ass't. 11; Ski Club 12 





LINDA L. CARLSON 

Lin...a cheerful girl who enjoys dancing... 
aspires to be a teacher of elementary grades 
...a member of Pilgrim Fellowship. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; English Club 10,11; 
Soph. Party Comm.; Intramurals 10; Dra- 
matics 10; Honors 10, 11; F.T.A. 11; One 
Act Play 11; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Campus 12; 
Declamation Contest 10 



NANCY V. CARLSON 

Nan. ..personable and likes music... a mem- 
ber of C.Y.O. ...plans to be a medical techni- 
cian. 

Chorus 10, 11; Pep Club 10, 11; One Act 
Play; Art Comm. 11; Girls' Glee Club 12 





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NOREEN T. CARR 

Noreen... sweet and neat... belongs to C.Y.O. 
and drum corps... college bound to study 
I.B.M....she hopes to find work in a field re- 
lated to her college training. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Holbert's Sec t. 12 



LEONARD J. CARUSO 

Monk.. .a very friendly guy who is a sports 
enthusiast. ..plays C.Y.O. basketball and 
baseball.. .plans to attend Ren (ley to become 
a Certified Public Accountant. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Raseball 10, 11, 12 



LOUISE A. CARRIKKR 

Ixiuise... plans a business career as a beauti- 
cian. ..enjovs horseback riding and skiing... 
dislikes hypocrites. 

Library Ass't. 10, 11; Cymnastics 10, 11; 
F.R.LA. 12; F.H.A. 12; Ski Club 12; Cam- 
pus Sect. 12 



WILLIAM K. CARVEN 

Bill. ..an avid sports fan. ..active in football, 
sailing, and C.Y.O. basketball. ..plans to go 
on to college after prep school. ..dislikes con- 
fused people. 

Football 10, 11, 12 





BARBARA J. CASE 

Barb. ..always smiling.. .plans to follow up 
volunteer work at the hospital with a career 
in practical nursing. ..also finds timeto teach 
Sunday School. 

Pep Club 12; Riding Club 12; F.N. A. 12; 
Ski Club 12; Sec't. for Mr. Cleaves 12; 
Honors 1 1 



The printed word expands the horizons of every individual. If he uses this 
medium, he succeeds; if he abuses this medium, he fails. The print shop gives 
its students experience with the most modern tools available. 




DONALD E. CASPERSON 

Don. ..intelligent, serious-minded, and a 
good leader. ..plans to enroll in college... ac- 
tive in DeMolay. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Band 10, 11, 12; 
Math Club and Team 10, 11, 12; Math 
President 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Cap & 
Gown Comm. 12; Junior Usher; Orchestra 
11; Campus 12; High Honors 10, 11 



GEORGE A. CASSEN 

Hard-working George spends leisure as a 
car mechanic. .likes to have a good time... 
will become a sheet metal worker. 

Office Duty 12; Student Council 11, 12; 
Lunch Room Duty 12; Grad. Dance Comm. 




ALFRED J. CAVALLO 

Al...good natured... likes athletics... plans to 
go to technical school. ..is a member of 
C.Y.O. 

Football 10, 11; C.Y.O. Basketball 10, 11, 
12 



DONALD \Y. CAZEAULT 

All sports get his vote.. .talkative.. .Don's 
future occupation will be in sheet metal 
work. His plans at the moment are no 
more specific than that. 

Open House 11. 12 



ROBERTA L. CERUTI 

Vivacious and always busy... an eager swim- 
mer and bowler... likes people but usually 
avoids hypocrites... Cookie hopes to attend 
business school and will brighten the courts 
as a legal secretary. 

English Club 11; Chorus 11, 12 




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DONALD J. CHAMBERLAIN 

Don. ..looking forward to a career in 
engineering... active in Boy Scouts. ..also en- 
joys stamp and coin collecting. 

Chess Club 11, Pres. 12; Campus 12; Math 
Club 11; Honors 10, 11 



ROBERT R. CHAPMAN, JR. 

An active member of DeMolay...has red 
hair... cooperative and friendly to everyone 
...will soon be found, slide rule in hand, as 
an electronics engineer. 

Electronics Club 10; Band 10, 11, 12 





RICHARD B. CHARLETON 

An avid baseball player. ..Charlie wdl bat 
his way to success as a printer. His prep- 
aration for the printing trade was thorough 
here at Weymouth. 

Open House 10, 11; Office Duty 11, 12 



BARBARA A. CHENEY 

Barb. ..a true friend when you need her most 
...desires to be a dental assistant. 

Cheerleader 12; Campus Chief Sec't. 12; 
Gymnastics 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80, 
100; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; Soph. Party; 
Acquinas Typing Contest 11; Basketball In- 
tramurals 10 







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FRANK R. CHIPMAN 

Fascinated by cars and sports, he is an 
active participant in DeMolay...he is look- 
ing forward to attending a school of busi- 
ness administration. 

Audio Visual 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12; 
Chorus 11, 12; Chorale 11 




PAULETTA I. CHODOR 

An outgoing sincere personality should 
make her much in demand as a hairdresser. 
When she isn't in school, Pauletta is often 
seen at the bowling alleys where her scores 
are tops. 

Pep Club 10; Cafe. 10 



ROBERTA E. CHMIEL 

Berta... always smiling and friendly. ..intends 
to go to a junior college and then become a 
buyer for a department store.. .works at 
Sheridan's in her spare time. 

English Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Sr. Play 
Comm.; Sr. Play L'sherette; Paperback Book 
store 11, 12 



JOHN A. CHOR 

Jack. ..an active member of N.C.A.H.S. and 
M.Y.F....a quiet and personable youngman 
...can be found working on cars and other 
mechanical machines. 



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PAUL CHKONTAK 

Paul will make college his goal. ..active 
member of the DeMolay, and avid sports 
fan... a reliable and trustworthy friend. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Chess Club 10, 11, 12; 
Math Club 11; Electronics Club 11; Sr. 
Nominating Comm. 



ALFRED L. CICCHESE 

Al... considerate of others and carefree... 
athletic and spends a good deal of time 
working on cars.. .makes college his goal... 
can sing verv well for his supper. 



Basketball 10; 
Prom Comm. 



Talent Show 11; Senior 



DENNIS P. CLANCY 

Den. ..quiet and shy but needs only a little 
nudge to bring out his latent potentialities... 
tinkers with cars and anything that runs... 
intends to sail up the ranks in the Navy. 

Band 10 



DONALD A CHUBBUCK 

Don. ..witty and intelligent. ..will further his 
education in the field of medicine., dislikes 
conceited people... makes friends everywhere 

he goes. 

Chess Club 10; Math Club 11, 12; Key 
Club 12; Cap & Cown Comm. 12; High 
Honors 10, 11 



DONNA K. CLRIGLIANO 

Donna is planning to become a nurse after 
graduation. Her friendly personality and 
agreeable disposition make a score with all 
who know her. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 1 1, 12; Jr. 
Party Comm.; Voting Comm. 12; Glee Club 
12; Chorus Sec't. 12 



BETTY J. CLARK 

Betty will be a welcome addition to any 
hospital ward as an energetic nurse. Intel- 
ligent and pensive, she holds two jobs and 
sings in a church choir. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Cafe 10; F.N. A. 11, 12; 
English Club 11, 12; Bookstore 11; Glee 
Club 12; High Honors 10, 11 



DIANA D. CLARKE 

Di will soar to new heights as a stewardess 
...volunteer at South Shore Hospital. ..a 
friendly and carefree girl who likes the 
Beatles. 

Ski Club 12; Chorus 12 



CHRISTINE COBBETT 

Chris, friendly and smiling, will be an im- 
portant contribution to any office.. .active in 
C.Y.O.... works part-time as Dr. Aizenstadt's 
secretary. 

Pep Club 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. 
Mckeel's Sec't. 12; Honors 11 




JAMES E. COBBETT, JR. 

His favorite hobby is building model cars... 
he is interested in sports also. ..Jim will build 
his way toward being an architect in the 
coming years. 

Open House 10, 11; Honors 10; High Hon- 
ors 11; Merit Award 11; Cafeteria Worker 
10, 11 



FRANCIS J. COLLETTI 

A quiet person... Frank hopes to be an auto- 
mechanic in the Navy after graduation. 
His training at Weymouth will help him 
make his future a productive one. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 





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DAVID T. COLLIER 

Dave.. .carefree and talkative.. .after gradua- 
tion plans to become an electrician. ..in his 
spare time he belongs to a chorus.. .likes 
chocolate cake with chocolate frosting. 



JOHN T. COLLINS 

Jack... a quiet but well-organized fellow... 
after graduation he plans to study further 
and become an accountant. ..likes to be as- 
sociated with friendly people... dislikes con- 
ceited people. 



CHRISTINA A. COLLINS 

Member of V.M.C.A....likes swimming and 
has worked as a lifeguard. ..finds dancing 
an enjoyable pastime.. .Pixie greatly enjoys 
designing and arranging hairstyles and 
hopes to enter the hairdressing profession. 

Sacred Heart High School 10 



PATRICIA A. COMEAU 

Pat intends to go to a college of liberal arts 
...likes to travel. ..always willing to help 
someone in need... sincere in her associa- 
tions with other people. 



PAULA M. COMPONESCHI 

Beege... friendly and talkative... active in 
C.Y.O. and church basketball team. ..plans 
to be a cosmetologist.. .likes collegiate boys. 

H. R. Mesngr. 10; Soph. Party Comm.; 
Pep Club 10; Drum Majorette 11; Head 
Drum Majorette 12; Spring Concert Usher- 
ette 11, 12; Campus Sales Staff 12; Ski 
Club 12 



CORINNE M. CONLEY 

Quiet and friendly. ..Corinne plans to study 
nursing at the Eaulkner Hospital. ..sings in 
the Girls' Choir and works in a hospital... 
dislikes blonde boys. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.N. A. 10, 11, 12; 
Gymnastics 11; Soph. Party Comm.; Cam- 
pus Cover Comm. 





KATHLEEN M. CONLON 

Kathy... working towards a career in nurs- 
ing or in the Peace Corps. ..member of 
C.Y.O. and a volunteer for the Leukemia 
Drive.. .likes bowling and records. 

F.N.A. 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 11, 
12; Election Day Registration Comm. 12 



ANNE L. CONNOLLY 

Anne anticipates a college education. ..when 
not working as a waitress, she may be 
found playing tennis or ice skating. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Basketball Intramu- 
rals 10; F.T.A. 11; English Club 11, 12; 
Tennis 11, 12; Ski Club 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12; 
Campus Identification Staff 12; Honors 10, 
11 





CATHERINE E. CONNOLLY 

Determined and reliable.. Cathy's love of 
working with people will be beneficial to her 
in a career of teaching.. .dislikes unfriendly 
people.. .works at Gilchrist's. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10; One 
Act Play 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; Campus 12; 
Honors 10, 11 



STEPHEN F. CONNOLLY 

Carefree. ..after graduation Stephen plans to 
work. ..transferred here from Charlestown 
High School in his junior year. ..enjoys 
working on cars. ..dislikes getting up early 
in the morning. 





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PATRICIA A. CONNOR 

Pleasant, good-natured, and co-operative... 
Pat plans to be a home economist... a mem- 
ber of C.Y.O. and the church choir.. .works 
as a waitress at Curtis Farms. ..enjoys swim- 
ming. 

Intramurals 10; Chorus 10, 11; Glee Club 
12; F.H.A. 11, 12; Ski Club 12; Election 
Day Registration Comm. 12 



JANET E. CONWAY 

Jan. ..always ready to lend a helping hand... 
a member of her C.Y.O. and 4-H Club. ..she 
enjoys horseback riding, tennis, and sailing 
...will be loved by her students as an art 
teacher. 

Jr. One Act Play; F.N.A. 11; Riding Club 1 1 



MARSHA J. CONSENTINO 

Always smiling... Marsh will attend Bridge- 
water State and major in English and 
French...a member of C.Y.O. and an office 
worker at Rcmick's... likes bowling and ten- 
nis. 

H. R. Mesngr. 10; Election Day 12; Cam- 
pus Sales Staff 11; Undergraduate Staff 12; 
High Honors 10, 11 



LINDA F, COOK 

A member of her C.Y.O., the Civil Air 
Patrol, and the Junior Legion of Mary. ..en- 
joys bowling.. .Linda will certainly strike 
success at I.B.M. Business School. 

Pep Club 10; Jr. Nom. Comm.; Reflector 
11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Dow'sSec't. 




FRANCES W CORDAN1 

Fran is pleasant and easy to talk to.. .dis- 
likes people who don't finish what they start 
to say.. .works at Woolworth's... enjoys 
bowling, swimming, and ice-skating.. .can be 
found working hard every Saturday. 

Pep Club; Jr. One Act Play; Election Day 
Evaluation Committee 



BARBARA A. CORSON 

Always willing to help. ..Barb looksforward 
to a career as a medical technician. ..in her 
spare time she may be found riding or ski- 
ing.. .likes horses and travel. ..dislikes snob- 
by people. 

Pep Club 10; F.N.A. 11; English Club 12 



DENISE M. COUGHLAN 

A love for nature and animals permeates 
Denise's life and activities. ..always willing 
to help. ..dislikes untidiness. 

English Club 10, 11, 12; Riding Club 11, 
12; High Honors 10; Honors 11; LabAss't. 
12; Ski Club 12; Reflector H. R. Rep. 10; 
Campus 11, 12 



KATHLEEN E. COURTNEY 

Friendly and good natured...will grace any 
doctor's office as a medical secretary. ..Ac- 
tive in C.Y.O., church choir, and church 
basketball team. ..likes dancing and pizza. 

Basketball Intramurals 10; Pep Club 10; 
Gymnastic Team 11; Jr. One Ad Play; Mr. 
Dwyer's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Honors 11 





JANICE M. COUTURE 

Jan plans to be a hairdresser after high 
school. Her friendly, cooperative manner 
should make her a popular one... favorite 
sport is swimming. ..dislikes conceited boys. 

Mr. Campbell's Sec't. 12 



JOEL P. COVENEY 

Headed for Quincy Junior College, then 
Naval Aviation Cadet School.. Joel is a 
C.Y.O. member and a member of a swim- 
ming team. ..dislikes school lunches. 

Gym Team 10, 12; One Act Plays 11, 12; 
Chess Club 11 




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ROBERT V. COVENEV, JR. 

C.Y.O. member. ..lots of fun. ..enjoys swim- 
ming and body building... Bob will build a 
successful future as a certified lab technician. 

Brockton High 10; Spanish Club 10; Hon- 
ors 10; Jr. One Act Play; Chess Club 11; 
Boy's Cymnastics 11; Biology Club 11; Sr. 
One Act Plav 



JOYCE F. CRAIG 

An ice-skating enthusiast. ..Joyce will either 
teach skating or become a nurse... says she 
talks too much. 

Pep Club 10; Basketball 10; Volleyball 10; 
Jr. One Act Play; D.E.C.A. 





MICHAEL F. CRANE 

Waldoon plans to go to college but is still 
undecided as to which one he prefers.. .is 
quiet and well mannered.. .a sports enthusi- 
ast, especially for football and basketball. 




NANCY A. CULLEN 

Easy-going and very cheerful. ..Nancy 
hopes to be a hairdresser... versatile, she can 
ski on both water and snow. ..participates in 
all sports. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Bowling 10 




SHIRLEY A. CULLEN 

Adeptness with a brush and comb provides 
the key to Shirley 's success as a hairdresser 
...loves to glide on the glassy surface of a 
lake or ice-skating rink during the cold 
months... water-skiing beckons her in the 
warm weather. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Fashion Show 10 



DONNA M. CULLIY.W 

Donna likes to meet people and keep busy... 
an active member of her C.Y.O. Although 
her future plans are undetermined, Donna 
will be a success in whatever her field of 
endeavor. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Basketball Intramurals 
10; Jr. One Act Play; Cap & Gown Comm. 





The cafeteria lines offer fast and efficient service for the hungry students. Part 
of a good life is good nutrition — always available to Weymouth students. 




LINDA A. CUM MING 

Neat and friendly girl.. .Linda works at 
Curtis Farms. ..enjoys skating.. .hopes to at- 
tend secretarial school. 

Gymnastics 11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Grad. Dance Comm. 



CHARLES CUMMINGS, JR. 

An active boy with a great sense of humor 
...during his spare time ('hip works at Cap- 
itol Market and participates in C.Y.O. bas- 
ketball. ..plans to enter college after gradua- 
tion. 

Key Club 12; Sr. Party Comm. 





CLAIRE F. CUMMINGS 

Always smiling.. .enjoys bowling. ..Claire's 
friendliness will certainly be appreciated bv 
all her fellow classmates in business school. 

Shorthand Cert. 60; F.B.L.A. 12; H. R. 
Mesngr. 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Sr. Nom. 
Comm.; Honors 11; Mr. Hill's Sec't. 12 



DONNA M CURRY 

Donna plans to attend the I BM. Business 
School after graduation. ..is active in her 
C.Y.O. of which she is secretary. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.LA. 10; Election 
Day Comm.; Campus Sales Staff 12 



GARY L. D'ACCI 

Active in track. ..likes sports in general... 
quiet.. .history interests him. ..plans to enter 
the Coast Guard after graduation. 

Winter and Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Cross 
Country 11 



LOUISE A. M. CUNNINGHAM 

Quiet and friendly, .enjoys rolling skating... 
Weasie will make good use of her secretarial 
skills as a medical secretary. 

Honors 10; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; Mr. 
Dwyer's Sec't. 12; W.V.T.H.S. Office Work- 
er 12; Reflector H. R. Rep. 12 



ROBERT J. CUSICK, JR. 

Bob is a happy-go-lucky guy. ..plans to be 
a wealthy bachelor. ..likes sports, sports, 
sports... and dislikes homework. 

Football 10. 11 



SANDRA J. DAHL 

Sandy plans to attend the Wilfred Academy 
and become a hairdresser.. .her favorite ac- 
tivities include water-skiing and swimming. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Library Staff 11; Jr. One 
Ad Play; Pep Club 12 



JAMES F. DAILEY 

Jimmy anticipates a career in the armed 
services after graduation. ..active in his 
C.Y.O. and is a member of the C.Y.O. bas- 
ketball team. ..likes to eat pizza.. .is annoyed 
by snobby people. 



STEVEN P. DAMON 

Working in the advertising field is Steve's 
goal. ..he dislikes homework... at present, 
most of his time is spent at his job so he 
has no time for extra-curricular activities. 



PATRICIA A. DALEY 

Pat dislikes impatient people.. .hopes to go 
to business school and become a bookkeep- 
er or I.B.M. operator. 

Reflectory. R. Rep. 10; Soph. Dec. Comm.; 
Pep Club 10, 11; Pub. Mangr. 12; F.B.L.A. 
11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Campus 12 



CAROL L. DANIELS 

C.D.'s life ambition is to write a book... 
hopes to teach English or do medical re- 
search. ..enjoys sewing, writing, listening to 
good music, and playing the piano. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; English Club 10, 11; 
F.N. A. 11; Campus 12; Sr. Party Comm.; 
Creative Writing Club 12 






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STEPHANIE A. DAVIS 

Steph... hopes to help people through welfare 
work. ..is very active in her youth group 
and the Horizon Club. ..likes people to be 
prompt. 

Cafe. Worker 10, 11, 12; English Club 10, 
11, 12; Library Staff 11, 12; Sr. One Act 
Play; Election Day Comm. 12 



FRANK A. DEAKIN 

Active in the band and in the Boy Scouts... 
Frank likes historv and hopes to attend col- 
lege.. .a cheerful person. ..he dislikes the color 
black. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Election Day Comm. 12 



JOAN H. DEACON 

Her friendly smile will help make Deak a 
success in college.. .she likes bowling and 
food... is active in Rainbow. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; English 
Club 12; Reflector 12; Honors 10, 11 



JANE E. DECKARD 

Peanuts is active in C.Y.O.... likes horseback 
riding. ..hopes to become a medical secretary 
...she dislikes her dog chewing her shoes. 

Pep Club 10; Library Staff 10; Gym Team 
10; Jr. One Act Play; Shorthand Cert. 60; 
H. R. Mesngr. 10; Waitress at Teacher's 
Convention 11 



MICHAEL J. DeCOSTA 

Friendly and quiet.. .Mike enjoys hunting 
and hockey... intends to go into the field of 
electronics in the Navy. ..in the Navy he will 
travel and learn at the same time. 

Open House 11, 12; Office Duty 12 



KATHLEEN M. DeCOSTE 

Kathy certainly proves that good things 
come in small packages.. .hopes to become 
a nurse. She is active in C.Y.O. and enjoys 
all water sports. Tall people are high on 
her list of favorites. 

Debate Club 11; F.N. A. 11; Cheer leader 
12; Campus 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Hon- 
ors 10, 11 





RONALD G. DeCOSTE 

Ron devotes a lot of his time to waterskiing 
and skating... likes all water sports... hopes 
to go to Wentworth Institute and continue 
his studies there. 

Open House 10, 11; Office Duty 10, 11 



JOSEPH A. DEL GALLO 

A college of pharmacy lies in Joe's future... 
he likes to swim and work on cars... does 
not like to wait for people.. .is active in the 
Drum and Bugle Corps. 

Band 10 



BETSY DELANO 

Her work in F.B.L.A. will help make Betsy 
a success in the future.. .she hopes to use 
pins and rollers as a hairdresser. 

Pep Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 11,12 



PETER S. DELLNER 

Working on cars will help make Pete a suc- 
cess at Franklin Institute.. .he has a cheerful 
spirit and likes girls and cars... dislikes 
homework. 

Ham Radio Club 10, 11; English Club 11; 
Cap & Gown Comm. 12 





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KATHLEEN M. DcLUCA 

Katliy is active in C.Y'.O.... plans to enter the 
field of nursing. ..her bright smile and spark- 
ling personality will make her a success in 
life.. .she will surely enliven any hospital. 

Pep Club 10, 11; F.N. A. 11; Campus Sales 
Staff 12; Ski Club 12 



PATRICIA A. DEMPSEV 

Pat is active in her C.V.O. and is a member 
of the Cood Counsel. ..works at the South 
Shore Hospital. Alter college she will return 
to school as a teacher. 

F.T.A. 11; H. R. Mesngr. 11; Campus Sales 
Staff 12; Reflector H. R. Rep. 11, 12 




STEPHEN E. DePARI 

College lies ahead for Steve.. .active in sports 
...track and golf are favorites. ..homework 
annoys him. ..his warm smile will help him 
in whatever field he enters. 

Spring and Winter Track 10, 11, 12; Hon- 
ors 1 1 



CAROL A D1FAZI0 

Wants to attend Mansfield Beauty Academy 
...with her pleasant personality Carol will 
make a successful hairdresser.. .likes 
dancing and sports. ..her favorites are bowl- 
ing and skating. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



LESLIE H. DiGRAVIO 

Her sweet personality will aid Les as a 
nurse. ..an active tennis player. ..dislikes for- 
getful people.. .she enjoys folk-music. 

Gymnastics 10; H. R. Rep. 10; F.N. A. 11; 
Open House 11; Cheerleader 11; Student 
Council 11, 12; Evaluation Guide 12; Cam- 
pus 12; Grad. Dance Comm. 12 



Weymouth High Vocational School keeps pace with the age of electronics. The 
student develops a sense of ease with equipment which, a few years ago, would 
have baffled a college graduate. Keeping pace with the times is a responsibility 
of the modern student. 




JAMES E. DILLON 



CHARLOTTE K. DILLON 

Always smiling. ..Charlotte hopes to attend 
Simmons College to become a dietician or 
nutritionist. ..enjoys playing the piano. ..ten- 
nis and swimming are favorite sports. 

Pep Club 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Honors 
10, 11; Campus 11, Senior Section Ed. 12; 
Sr. Nom. Comm. 12 



Not too talkative.. .Matt will work after high 
school. ..can now be found working at Wey- 
mouth Braided Rug.. .says he dislikes every- 
thing. .we hope his future holds much hap- 
piness and the best of luck. 



RUTH A. DiLORENZO 

Lively Ruth will teach physical education 
after college. ..now she enjoys apples, Ital- 
ian food, and the Kingston Trio. 

F.T.A. Sec't. 10; Re/lector H. R. Rep. 10; 
Soph. Class Comm. 10; Soph. Party Comm. 
10; Pep Club 10, 11; H. R. Mesngr. 10, 11; 
Campus 11, 12; Cap & Gown Comm. 12 




CAROLYN M. DOHERTY 

Boston City Hospital is her choice for her 
training as a nurse.. .she is a Candy Striper 
and is active in C.Y.O.... friendly and active 
Carol will cheer any patient. .she has no 
dislikes. 

Chorus 10, 11; F.N. A. 11, 12 



ARTHUR T. DOINE 

Art would like to further his education at 
Northeastern. ..will study architecture. ..hunt- 
ing and water sports occupy his spare time. 

Cross Country 10, 11; Capt. 12; Spring and 
Winter Track 10, 11; Co-capt. 12; Honors 
10, 11 




ANN J. DOLBER 

Vibrant and witty-. ..Ann will attend Russell 
Sage.. .active in Altar Guild... also likes 
riding. 

Open House Guide 10; Jr. Party 10; Eng. 
Club 10; Publicity 11; Mangr. Bookstore 
11; N.C.T.E. Achievement Test 11; Talent 
Show 11; Campus Art Staff 10, 11; Co-ed. 
12; High Honors 10; Honors 11 



MARIA DOLE 

Member of Rainbow girls and M.Y.F.... 
likes to sew in her spare time... looks for- 
ward to teaching elementary school after at- 
tending Bridgewater State Teacher's College. 

Glee Club 10, 12; Chorus 11, 12; F.T.A. 1 1, 
12; Equestrian Club 11; Honors 10 




RICHARD L. DONAHUE 

Dick. ..witty and talkative.. .plans to study at 
Burden and then become a buyer. In his 
spare time he works at Remick's... likes Ital- 
ian food. ..dislikes getting up in the morning. 



FRANCES T. DONOVAN 

W ith her keen wit, Fran is never at a loss 
for something to say. ..makes friends 
wherever she goes. ..will enter the teaching 
profession and make a sure hit with her 
students. 

Jr. Nom. Comm. 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
Sr. Prom Comm. 






RAYMOND DORMAN 

Belongs to C.Y. ©....enthusiastically partici- 
pates in all water sports.. .quiet, modest and 
well-liked. ..Ray has aspirations for a col- 
lege education, but as yet has not decided 
where to go from there. 

Football Mangr. 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 



DAVID H. DRINAN 

A sports enthusiast and active C.Y.O. mem- 
ber... Dave especially enjoys flying.. .will 
soar to success as a pilot after graduation 
from college. 

Jr. Usher 11; Student Council 12; Campus 
12; Football 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 



PATRICIA L. DOWD 

Playing C.Y.O. basketball, softball, and 
working leaves Pat with hole spare time... 
dislikes getting up at 5:00 Sunday morn- 
ings for work. ..plans to enter the business 
world, possibly a bank or insurance com- 
pany. 



EDWARD K. DRISCOLL 

C.Y.O. member.. .can't be separated from 
his motor scooter. ..Ed enjovs swimming 
and has worked as a lifeguard. ..will use his 
talent in art in advertising. 

Student Council 10; Campus Art Staff 11. 
12; Sr. One Act Play 10; Re/lector An Ed. 
12 



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MARYJANE T. DUFFY 

A member of C.Y.O... .enjoys tennis, soft- 
ball, and swimming. ..conceited people an- 
noy her... always smiling and co-operative 
...as an R.X. Mary will soon brighten the 
outlook of many a patient. 

F.N. A. 11, 12 



PAULA L. DUGAS 

She intends to enter an art school. The 
drawings she does in her spare time already 
show great promise. Paula likes popular 
music and plays the accordian very well. 
Modern art irritates her. 





MICHELLE M. DULLEA 

The color guard captain on a drill team... 
Mickey loves music and dancing., possesses 
typing and other business skills. ..soon will 
be found behind an airport counter. 

Mr. Mahn's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Honors 
10 



JAMES J. DUNN, JR. 

Primarily interested in athletics, but also 
scholastically inclined. ..hard working. ..Jim- 
my plans for a career in aviation. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 10, 11; 
Key Club 10; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Reflector 
12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Wrestling 12; High 
Honors 1 1 





JUDITH K. DUNNING 

Lots of fun... Judy hopes to enter the Peace 
Corps after college. 

H. R. Rep. 10; Opening Ex. 10; Office 
Worker 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Student 
Council 11; Tennis Team 11, 12; Election 
Comm. Sec't. 11; Campus Sales Staff 12; 
Reflector Advt. Staff 12; Eng. Club 12; Sr. 
One Act Play 



TIMOTHY J. DU ROSS 

Has a good sense of humor and is always 
happy. ..wrestles and plays football in his 
spare time... Tim hopes to further his educa- 
tion at Springfield College. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Wresding 10, 11, 12; 
Track 10, 11, 12 



LINDA J. DWYER 

Hospital volunteer.. .always smiling. ..will 
cheer up many patients as a nurse. 

Pep Club 10; Library Staff 10; Student 
Council 11; Gym Team 10, 11, 12; Lunch 
Monitor 11; Talent Show Chairman 11; 
Campus Sales Staff 12; F.N. A. 12 



PATRICIA J. DYKES 

Adept at shorthand and all other secretarial 
skills... Pat hopes to become a secretary after 
graduation. 

Pep Club 10; F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Dwyer's 
Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 



PAUL E. DWYER 

Carefree and easy going... in his spare time 
likes to work on cars. ..Paul desires to be- 
come a draftsman. ..this year Paul has found 
extra income working at Curtis Farms. 




HARVEY W. EATON 

Quiet and industrious. ..practices for track 
outside of school.. .plans to attend college 
but hasn't made up his mind what to do 
after that. 

Winter Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 
11, 12 





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RICHARD B. EDSON 

Dick can fix anything connected with wires 
...always experimenting and building equip- 
ment... plans to attend Northeastern Univer- 
sity and become an electronics engineer.. .be- 
longs to his church bowling league and 
enjoys water skiing. 



DAVID R. ELLISON 

A natural athlete... Dave enjoys sailing and 
other sports... future plans include college. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; 
Baseball 10, 11, 12; Jr. Class V. Pres.; Sr. 
Class Pres.; Campus Sales Staff 11, Ident. 
Staff 12; Student Council 12; Honors 11 



HAROLD D. EDWARDS, JR. 

Active in sports and Y.M.C.A. ...quiet, 
Harold wants to go into navigation or en- 
gineering after graduation... works at Cap- 
itol Supermarket after school. 

Homeroom Mesngr. 10; Junior Usher; Lab 
Ass't. 12; Honors 10, 11 



LINDA A. ELLS 

Even tempered. ..an active member of 
M.Y.F. and her church basketball team... 
will score many points as a teacher. 

Girls' Glee Club 10, 12; Gym Team 10, 11, 
12; Chorus 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; Riding Club 
11; Voting Comm. 12 



KARL ERLANDSON 

A redhead without the customary quick 
temper... Karl is a jovial person who is head- 
ed for Quincy Junior College after gradua- 
tion. ..he enjoys skiing and wresding... likes 
science. 

Wresding 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 11 



GAIL M. EVANS 

With her happy smile and personality to 
match she will be a success after attending 
Mansfield Hairdressing School.. .loves to 
swim and bowl. ..detests getting up for 
school in the morning. 





DEXXIS M. EWEX 

Currently employed by Home Improvement 
Association, Dennis will also work for the 
Post Office during the Christmas rush... a 
carefree person who hopes to become a 
carpenter. 

A.V. 10; Spring Football 10 



MARGARET A. FAHLSTROM 

A sweet and quiet girL.Margot will become 
a Foreign Service officer after graduation... 
her outside activities include membership in 
Rainbow. 



Mr. Concannon's Sec't. 
Comm.; Honors 11 



12; Jr. Party 





STEPHEN J. FAHY 

Steve has prepared himself for his future 
career at the print shop in the vocational 
school.. .a quiet and friendly person. ..dis- 
likes people who annoy themselves with the 
petty problems that arise in life. 



DAVID R. FALARDEAU 

An avid hockey player and fan. ..plans a 
career in the field of science... Dave's won- 
derful personality and fine sense of humor 
will carry him far. 



Open House 10, 11, 12; Office Duty 11, 12 Hockey 11, 12 





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CATHERINE A. FARNHAM 

Many fields of interest including skiing, art, 
and horses.. .Cathy plans a career in the 
field of advertising in the Navy. 

F.B.L.A. 12 



KENNETH A. FARRELL 

After school Kenny plans to display his 
skills as a cabinet maker or join the Army. 
His good work habits will aid him in any 
occupation. In his spare time he likes to 
attend sports functions. 



MICHAEL M. FEENEY 

College is next. ..then a career in the Peace 
Corps doing diplomatic work. Mike is a 
C.V.O. member who enjoys all sports, espe- 
cially baseball. 

Key Club 12; Ski Club 12; English Club 
12; Crad. Dance Comm.; Sr. Nora. Comm.; 
Honors 1 1 



KENNETH D. FARRAR 

Kenny... a friendly and likeable guy. .out- 
side of school participates in many sports... 
after graduation will enter one of the Armed 
Forces... upon completion he will work as a 
cabinet maker. 



MARY J. FAY 

Enjoys horseback riding and swimming, 
but prefers to be a spectator at other sports 
...Mary plans a career in the business field... 
dislikes inconsiderate people. 

Pep Club 10, 12; F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 12; Jr. 
One Act Play; English Club 12; Sr. Party 
Comm. 



JONATHAN P. FELDMAN 

After college Jay plans a career in social 
work. ..president of his church youth group 
...likes friendly people. 

Student Council 10, 11; Opening Ex. 10; 
Honors 10, 11; Soph. Debate; Reflector Lit. 
Staff 11, 12; Key Club 12; Sr. One Act 
Plays; Sr. Prom Comm.; Creative Writing 
12 ' 



BRIAN H. FERGUSON 

Lowell Technical Institute is hopefully next... 
then a career in electronics. ..Skip is a mem- 
ber of the Boy Scouts.. .employed at G.E.M. 

Chorus 10,11, 12; Jr. One Act Plays, Stage 
Mangr. 



LINDA M. FERNEZ 

After graduation Linda will attend business 
school and become a secretary. ..now em- 
ployed at a cleaners. ..dislikes people who 
don't mind their own business. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Ryder's Sect. 12; Honors 
10, 11 



SHERON L. FERGUSON 

Looks forward to a career as a secretary... a 
member of P.F. and her church basketball 
team, Sheron also teaches Sunday School. 

Pep Club 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 12; F.H.A. 
11, 12; Miss Nve's Sec t. 12; Fashion Show 
10, 11, 12 



JULIETT N. FERRELL 

Hopes to attend Bridgewater and teach 
elementary school. ..Julie's a member of 
Rainbow and secretary of P.F... .also teaches 
Sunday School. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11. 12; Library 
Staff 11; Reflector H. R. Rep. 12; English 
Club 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Sr. One Art Plav 




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DONNA L. FERRISI 

Donna is uncertain whether to attend college 
or become an airline hostess.. .she spends 
much of her spare time sewing. 

F.H.A. 11, 12; Fashion Show 10 



LORRAINE A. FILES 

Lorraine is a bright girl who plans to teach 
after attending B.L'....she enjoys bowling 
and cheering in the stands at football games. 

Gym Team 10; English Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 
10, 11, 12; Reflector Adv. Staff 12; Sr. One 
Act Plav; Sr. Xom. Comm.; Ski Club 12; 
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 11 



MICHAEL S. FIJOL 

Mike enjovs swimming.. .he'll make a big 
splash at art school and later in commercial 
art. ..is very interested in cars. 

Track 10, 11; Football 10, 11 












MARGARET A. FINNEGAN 




Peggy is a friendly girl with man)' interests: 




horseback riding, bowling, and sewing. She 




will make a fine hairdresser and will be a 




favorite with even' customer because of her 




keen sense of humor. ..dislikes getting up in 




the morning. 




F.B.L.A. 12 






ROSE ANN FISICHELLI 

Rose, with the long, dark hair, hopes to go 
to a business school.. .she enjoys boating in 
the summer months. ..loves Chinese food. 

Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; Jr. One Act Play; 
F.B.L.A. 12 



ELAIXE F. FITZGERALD 

Fitzie sees a future of rollers and bobbie 
pins. ..hopes to attend Mansfield Beauty 
Academy. ..she loves to dance and finds 
time to read... a friendly girl who objects to 
gossip. 

Mr. Longridge's Sec't. 12; Honors 10, 11 






The world of merchandising comes to life for the student in Distributive Educa- 
tion. Learning to appeal to widely-differing buyers forces the D.E. student to 
understand what motivates individuals. Here students work on window displav. 




MAUREEN FITZGERALD 

Mo does typing at South Shore Hospital... 
hopes to become a secretary for the Federal 
Government. Perhaps working for the gov- 
ernment will allow her to travel. 

Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; F.B.L.A. 12; Miss 
Pearson's Sec't. 12 



JONATHAN FLETCHER 

With his precision and ambition Fletch will 
certainly earn the degree in architecture that 
he wants... meanwhile he works hard at 
Bradlee's part time.. .happens to likeW.H.S. 





Judy will have a career as a medical techni- 
cian or nurse.. .enjoys such sports as swim- 
ming, riding, roller skating. ..likes to work 
with people. 

F.N.A. 10, 11, 12; Riding Club 12; Basket- 
ball 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12 



JOSEPH C. FOREST 

Joe is well known in school for his active 
participation in political and military dis- 
cussions..^ very active person. ..plays in 
tilt Whitman Orchestra and collects stamps. 
The military will be his career. 

Chess Club 10, 11, 12; Pres. 10, 11; Band 
10, 11, 12; Math Club 11; Election Day 
Comm. 12; Honors 10, 11 



RONALD J. ERA DO 

Ron's on his way to college... after gradua- 
tion he wants to wear Navy wings of gold... 
football is one of his main outside activities. 

Campus Sales Staff 11; Honors 11; Key 
Club 12; Football 11, 12; Track 10; Cap & 
Gown Comm. 



SARAH I.. FLYNN 

Heading for a liberal arts course in college 
next year.. .spends time outside horseback 
riding, swimming or water skiing. 

Pep Club 10; English Club 11; Ski Club 12; 
Cap & Gown Comm. 



GEORGE H. FOY 

After graduation, George plans to attend 
college.. .then a career of teaching political 
science.. .an active member ofC.Y.O.... works 
part-time at a drugstore.. .dislikes loud 
people. 

Debate Club 11, 12 



KAREN J. FRATUS 

Plans to attend Northeastern and become 
a dental hygienist... Karen is a member of 
Rainbow and her church youth group. ..she 
enjoys sports and dancing. 

H. R. Mesngr. 11; Pep Club 12; Honors 11 



JAMES A. FRAZER 

Quiet and easy-going.. .enjoys math and 
sports, especially football. ..Jim anticipates 
attending Wentworth Institute and entering 
the field of architecture. 

Band 10, 11; Cap & Gown Comm. 12 



GRANT T. FRAZIER 

A friendly boy w ith a wide field of hobbies 
...Grant hopes to major in the liberal arts 
at Northeastern University. ..active in 
C.Y.O.. ..particularly enjoys playing chess. 

Chess Club 10, 11 





ELLEN M. FREDA 

A cute, likeable person who enjoys art... 
Ellen's career will no doubt lie in this field... 
she will attend art school after graduation 
and hopes to become a cartoonist or com- 
mercial artist. 

Fashion Show 10 



MARIAN E. FREDERICK 

Marian. ..an accomplished musician. ..her 
busy life includes membership in the Quincy 
Symphony Orchestra and Whitman Orches- 
tra Club. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10, 11; New 
England Music Festival 10, 11; F.T.A. 12; 
Fashion Show 11, 12; Chess Club 10; Hon- 
ors 10, 11 





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PATRICIA A. FREY 

An attractive, quiet girl, Pat will soon be a 
grammar school teacher... works at Sheri- 
dan's, is a member of her church choir and 
bowling team. 

Chapel Chorus 11, 12; F.H.A. 11; F.T.A. 
12; English Club 12; Riding Club 11; Hon- 
ors 1 1 



GAYLE M. FRID 

A cute girl with pretty blonde hair.. .Pinny 
has high hopes of attending a beauty acad- 
emy. ..especially likes dancing. ..dislikes un- 
friendly people. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Gym Team 10, 11, 12; 
Drum Majorette 12; Fashion Show 10; 
F.B.L.A. 12 





JANICE L. FRYER 

Another one of our "short seniors".. Jan 
will make someone a fine secretary soon...a 
member of Rainbow, she likes to dance and 
roller skate. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Senior Xom. Comm. 



MARIE E. FURBUSH 

A friend to all.. .Marie plans to become a 
teacher.. .enjoys all activities, particularly 
dancing and skating.. .treasurer of C.Y.O. 

Cheerleader 12; Honors 10, 11; Pep Club 
10, 11, 12; Campus 12; Gym Team 10; Sr. 
Prom Comm.; Jr. Prom Comm. 



ANN M. GAGE 

Ann. with her sunny smile, will certainly 
brighten up any office during her secretarial 
career... a member of C.Y.O. ...all sports ap- 
peal to her. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. One 
Art Play; Sr. Party Comm. 



LENA SUSAN GAGNE 

A cute girl with a sweet personality. ..Sue 
hopes to attend I.B.M. School and become 
an I.B.M. operator.. .enjoys sewing in her 
spare time. ..dislikes snobby people.. .active 
in C.Y.O. 

Fashion Show 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10 





DAVID J. GALLANT 

Dave. ..has little to say about anything or 
anyone... will become a good chef with all 
the experience he gets while working at his 
father's restaurant... is a car enthusiast. 



JANET G. GAM BELL 

Jan plans to attend business school and take 
up a career in secretarial work. 

Fashion Show 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Library 
Assistant 11, 12; Mr. Carven's Sec't. 12 





HELEN F. GANNON 

Helen. ..sophisticated, intelligent, successful 
...is now studying Chinese at Thayer 
Academy. 

Student Council 10, 11; Jr. Class Sec't.; 
J.M.S.V.C., Tutor 11, 12; High Honors 10, 
11; Cheerleader 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Campus Undergrad. Ed. 11, Ed. -in-Chief 
12; Merit Scholarship Letter Commend. 12; 
N.C.T.E. Achievement Test 11 



NANCY L. GARBER 

A quiet girl with many interests outside 
school... fasten vour seatbelts !. ..Nancy 
hopes to become an airline stewardess after 
graduation. ..sure to have a successful future. 

Honors 11; Reflector Sec't. 12 





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PATRICIA A. GARDNER 

Pat. ..a future journalist. ..outside activities 
include Rainbow and Senior Pilgrim Fellow- 
ship of which she is the president. ..enjoys 
music and football games. ..dislikes deceitful 
people. 

Honors 10, 11; Crad. Dance Comm. 



DIANE M. CARFAGNA 

A girl with a wide field of interests. ..her 
work on the Jordan Marsh Fashion Council 
should lead to a future modeling career. 

F.B.L.A. 11, Sec't. 12; F.H.A. 12, Sec't. 11; 
Mrs. Wheeler's Sec't.; Fashion Show 10, 11; 
Pep Club 10; Cap & Gown Comm.; Soph. 
Party Comm. 





MICHAEL E. CARRITY 

A studious boy. ..college lies in Mike's fu- 
ture, then a career in government work. ..a 
C.Y.O. member. 

Ham Radio Club 10; Debate Club 10, 11, 
12; Track 11; Electronics Club 11; Student 
Election V. Chairman 12 



GLENN E. GATELV 

A witty personality. ..Azel wants to be a 
traveling salesman after graduation from 
the University of South Dakota. 

W inter Track 10, 11, Co-Capt. 12; Spring 
Track 10, 11, Co-Capt. 12 





DAWN GELO 

Dawn is actively involved in her church 
activities. ..seriously pursues her many in- 
terests... has a sincere concern for people. 
I aii i Dawn plans to get a steady job and 
be a housewife. 



The automobile has revolutionized American society and life. Our concepts of 
distance have been altered by this "basic" of transportation. Keeping the auto- 
mobile operating is a responsibility of the boys in the auto body shop at 
Weymouth. 




DAVID R. GEYER 

A great sense of humor along with his 
subtle wit... Dave plans to enter college. He 
especially likes wrestling, weight lifting, and 

cars. 

Wresding 11, 12 



JAMES F. GIBBS 

A volunteer at Republican Headquarters... 
college lies in Jimmy's future... likes motor- 
cycles. ..dislikes modern art. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 



HARRY J. GIBLIN, JR. 

College is in his future plans. He is the 
president of his C.Y.O. and enjoys having 
a good time. Harry likes all sports, basket- 
ball in particular. 

Jr. Class Pres.; Student Council 10, 11; 
Soph. Nom. Comm. 10; Football 10; Soph. 
Party Comm.; Jr. Party Comm. 




CATHERINE E. GILBERT 

Enjoys dancing and dance instruction... 
Katee's career will undoubtedly be in this 
field, a member of C.Y.O., she enjoys all 
sports. 

Pep Club 10, 12; Soph. Party Comm.; Gym 
Team 10, 11; Jr. One Act Play 



XOREEX A. GIVEN 

Noni hopes to enter the secretarial field... 
active in Rainbow. 

Chorus 10, 11. 12; Gym Team 11, 12; 
Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; F.B.LA. 12; H. R. 
Mesngr. 11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Sr. Play 
Usherette; Reflector H. R. Rep. 12; Miss 
Vining"s Sec't. 12 



ARTHUR H. GILES 

His sense of humor and love of music will 
lead to a career as a disc jockey for Arthur 
...in his spare time, he plays drums and 
guitar. 

Track 10; Chess Club 10, 1 1 




CHARLES C. GLASS 

Skip plans to enter Northeastern and to 
major in electronics.. .outside activities in- 
clude church choir and DeMolay... dislikes 
girls who smoke. 

Chorus 11, 12; Chorale 11, 12; Basketball 
10 





VIRGINIA R. GLENDYE 

Carefree and outgoing... says she likes 
parties, dances and football games but de- 
cidedly avoids conceited people.. .Ginny 
hasn't decided what she wants to do after 
school but will be successful in whatever 
she does. 

D.E. Class Sec't. 12 



CATHERINE A. GLYNN 

Katie plans a career in retailing. ..enjoys 
horseback riding and swimming. ..dislikes 
unsociable people. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. Partv Comm.; 
D.E.C.A. 12 








JANICE E. GODDARD 

Jan. ..spends much of her time at work in the 
dietary department of South Shore Hospital 
...future plans undecided. ..dislikes people 
who never smile. 

H. R. Mesngr. 10, 11; Pep Club 10; Open 
House 1 1 



CHERYL A. COMER 

Always on the go... a career in nursing is 
her goal...Chervl works at Rexall's and is 
the secretary of her P.F. 

Soph. Party Comm.; F.N. A. 11, 12; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; Pep Club 12 



EILEEN R. GOLDSWORTHY 

Anticipates future as an airline hostess... a 
member of M.Y.F. and her church choir... 
Goldie dislikes people who sav one thing 
and mean another. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60; 
Mr. McCarthy's Sec't. 12 



KENNETH A. GOSS 

Already has a pilot's license.. .plans acareer 
in the field of aviation. ..Kenny is also a 
member of the Civil Air Patrol.. .dislikes in- 
sincere people. 

Opening Ex. 10; Reflector 11. 12; Phvsics 
Lab Ass't. 12 



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LORRAINE C. GOULD 

A carefree girl who loves a good time... 
hopes to enter the business field... Lorraine 
can always be found having fun, especially 
while skating and swimming. 

H. R. Messenger 10 



PATRICIA GOULD 

Pat...a transfer from Sacred Heart High 
School in senior year. ..enjoys participating 
in almost all sports. After graduation she 
hopes to become a secretary. 

Basketball 10, 11; Science Club 10 




NANCY GRADY 

Her sense of humor has won her many 
friends... Nancy hopes to become a teacher 
after completion of college... always busy, 
whether reading or skiing. ..active in C.Y.O. 

Campus Sales Staff 12; Ski Club 12; Gym 
Team 11, 12 



BARBARA J. GRANT 

Barb. ..will surely be a success as a beauti- 
cian... likes all sports, especially bowling... 
likes to travel. ..makes friends easily... active 
in C.Y.O. 

Soph. EL R. Rep.; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; 
Mr. Concannon's Sec't. 12 



JUDY E. GRAHAM 

An active girl who hopes to make I.B.M. 
work her future career. ..Judy is sure to be a 
success. ..dislikes conceited boys. 



CHARLOTTE M. GRASSO 

Hopes to become an airline stewardess... 
enjoys horseback riding and skating.. .dis- 
likes cliques. Charlie is a funny girl who 
can always be seen with a new outfit. 

H. R. Intramurals 10; Gym Team 11, 12; 
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Ski Club 
12 



JANICE R. GRASSO 

An enthusiastic dancer.. .pleasant to all 
whom she encounters. ..Jan loves to experi- 
ment with different hairstyles and is antici- 
pating a career as a hairdresser. 

F.B.L.A. 



ANN E. GRAY 

Because of her sincerity, Ann will be an 
excellent nurse.. .an active member of C.Y.O. 
...all sports appeal to her, especially bowl- 
ing. 





WILLIAM F. GREELEY, JR. 

Bill is an earnest fellow... fluent conversa- 
tionalist and an amicable person to be with. 
He enjoys a strong interest in all sports... 
hopes to enter a seminary after graduation. 

Basketball 10; Football 10 



CHARLES R. GREEN 

Charlie is headed for business college... 
would like a career in business to follow... 
works at a supermarket part-time.. .enjoys 
all sports, but particularly wrestling. 

Honors 11; W restling 11; Sr. Prom Comm. 
12: Ski Club 12 





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LAURALEE GREEN 

A very artistically inclined girl. ..Wishbone 
aspires to become a commercial artist after 
completion of college. In her spare time 
she teaches Sunday school classes. ..likes art 
and pretty clothes... sure to be successful 
with her artistic talent. 



THOMAS M. GREENE 

Tom is very agreeable until it comes to bus 
drivers. ..intends to go to college... active in 
C.Y.O. activities. 

Chorus 10; Basketball 11, 12; Honors 11; 
Sr. Nom. Comm. 



JOSEPH F. GREENE, JR. 

A likeable boy... Rich plans to enter the 
service after graduating from high school... 
a member of the Methodist Youth Fellow- 
ship. 



JANET E. GRIDLEY 

Jan, with her sunny smile, will certainly 
light up her future pupils' faces... interested 
in music, she can play both piano and 
organ. 

Chorus 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Gym Team 
10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; English Club 11; 
Campus Sales Staff 12; Cap & Gown 
Comm. 



ROBERT W. GRIDLEY 

A real intellectual. ..Bob is uncertain about 
the field he wishes to enter but certain that 
he hopes to attend college... a member of the 
Weymouth Camera Club. ..spends his spare 
time reading and playing the guitar. 



WILLIAM H. GRIEVES 

Bill hopes for a career in business after 
college. ..member of DeMolay... loves all 
sports. ..disapproves of girls w : ith bleached 
hair. 

A.V. Club 10; Ski Club 12; Gym Team 12 





SANDRA L. GRIGGS 

Sandy's warm, responsive personality has 
endowed her with a host of friends during 
her years at Weymouth High. Her vim 
and vigor allow an active interest in Rain- 
bow and her church affairs... aspires to at- 
tend college. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Sr. One Act Play; Honors 
10, 11 



CLARE I. GROGAN 

Member of C.Y.O.... roller skates in her 
hours away from school.. .good to tell prob- 
lems to... will soon add cheer to an office as 
a secretary. 



BRUCE W. GRINDLE 

A friendly personality. ..Bruce plans to 
major in biology at college.. .all sports ap- 
peal to him. ..skin diving and scuba diving 
are his favorites. 



Pep Club 10; Miss Flaherty's Sec't. 
Reflector Advt. Mangr. 12 



12; 



RITA M. GROGAN 

Quiet and friendly. ..pleasant to talk with... 
enjoys all sports although often annoved 
by her short size. ..Rita hopes to enroll in 
nursing school and will certainly boost 
the morale of her patients. 

F.B.L.A. 12 








PAULA A. GUALTIERI 

Because of her ihouglitfulness and kind 
personality, Paula is certain to be a popular 
nurse... works part-time at a recreation cen- 
ter. ..dislikes conceited people. 

H. R. Mesngr. 10; Basketball 10; F.N. A. 12 



BONNIE L. GUINETTE 

Bonnie hopes to attend Newberry School 
after graduation. ..takes part in Rainbow 
and her Church Fellowship. ..frowns on 
schoolwork. 

Fashion Show 10; F.B.L.A. 11; Pep Club 
12; Chorus 12 




PAMELA A. GUTHRO 

With her smiling eyes Pam is sure to be a 
popular nurse... belongs to the Weymouth 
Sportsmen's Club and C.Y.O.. ..loves all 
sports, especially archery. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Chorale 10, 11, 12; 
Ski Club 12; Glee Club 12; Pep Club 12; 
Gymnastics 12 



PAULINE L HAG AN 

With her pleasant personality she is bound 
to succeed as a teacher. ..besides being a 
part-time receptionist, she finds time for 
C.Y.O. activities, tennis, and skating. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 10, 12; Eng. 
Club 11; Gymnastics 10; Fashion Show 10, 
11, 12; Grad. Dance Comm. 12 



KAREN M. HADDIX 

Karen anticipates a career as an airline 
hostess. ..active in her C.Y.O... .swimming 
is her favorite sport.. .dislikes conceited 
people. 

Reflector H. R. Rep. 10; Intramurals 10 



KENNETH G. HALE 

Cars are Ken's specialty. He hopes to 
master electronics in college and his vigor- 
ous enthusiasm on this subject leads us to 
believe he will achieve great satisfaction in 
this study. Girls who talk too much cause 
Ken to react negatively. 



DAVID A. HALEY 

Dave takes life easy. ..always singing.. .col- 
lege is in his future... besides being president 
of his C.Y.O., he sings with a band and is 
active in Boy Scouts. ..hockey and tennis 
rate high on his list. 

Tennis Team 10, 12; Co-Capt. 11; Chorus 
12; Cap & Gown Comm. 



WILLIAM K. HALEY 

Bill demonstrates a ready sense of humor 
and is well liked by his classmates. He uti- 
lizes his spare time repairing cars, an avo- 
cation which seems to be leading him to 
mechanical engineering.. .works at Hugo's. 



KATHLEEN HALEY 

A friend to everyone... Kathy would enjoy 
being a teacher... always on the move in her 
C.Y.O.. ..participates in all sports. ..dislikes 
hypocrites. 

F.N. A. 11; F.T.A. 12 



JANE P. HALLE 

Petite, cute, and always smiling. ..Jane is 
sincere in her desire to attend a state college 
...likes dancing, sports, and especially tennis. 

Pep Club 10, 11; V. Pres. 12; Intramurals 
10; Campus 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.; Eng. 
Club 12; Election 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 





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GARY R. HALSTEAD 

Easv-going Garv hopes to find a place in the 
world of business.. .golf and hockey keep 
him occupied the year round when not in 
school. He has a strong aversion to work 
and would rather spend his time at sports. 



JEANNE P. HAMILTON 

Jeanne will enroll at Mansfield Beauty 
Academy after graduation. She presently 
babysits and tutors a child in homework... 
dancing fills much of this busy girl's time. 

Pep Club 10, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 
12; Riding Club 11, 12; English Club 12; 
Library Staff 12; Ski Club 12 



ELIZABETH M. HANIAN 

Bette is a quiet, intelligent girl who has 
friends to match her numerous activities.. .a 
career in teaching beckons her. 

Fashion Show 10; English Club 12; F.T.A. 
12; Election Day 12; Honors 10; High 
Honors 11; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Opening 
Ex. 10, 12; Sr. One Act Plav; Bookstore 12 




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BARRY W. HAMBLIN 

"Lucky "...a quiet, likeable fellow with many 
friends. ..Lowell Tech. or college lies in his 
near future. He loves sports and sports- 
cars, but has no use for homework. 

Gymnastics 10 



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ROBIN D. HAMMER 

Robin is one of those people w ith a flair for 
art... he hopes to utilize his ability by be- 
coming a commercial artist.. .has a sincere 
liking for people.. .enjoys all sports. 





THOMAS D. HANNAN 

Always has an answer for every problem... 
with his witty sense of humor, Tom should 
be quite popular at college... when he isn't 
working, he can be found participating in 
any sport... dislikes conceited people. 



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ROBERT J. HANRAHAN 

Good natured and alwayssmiling...acollege 
education lies in Bob's future.. .hopes to 
travel someday. ..girls who talk constantly 
do not appeal to him. 



JOHN J. HARDING 

A great pal and a good friend. ..Penrod will 
surely succeed in the business world if per- 
sonality means anything. He works part- 
time at the S.S.C.C. and enjoys all sports 
from golf to basketball. .. cannot toleratecon- 
ceited people. 





CLAUDIA J. HARKIN 

Claud will delight her pupils after grad- 
uating from Bridgewater State College. She 
is a cheery girl with a ready laugh. ..water- 
skiing thrills her, and tennis keeps her busy. 



Cafeteria Worker 10; Pep Club 11, 
F.T.A. 12; Tennis Team 11, 12 



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WAYNE B. HART 

Wayne will fly off into the wild blue yonder 
as a member of the Air Force.. .his work at 
a gas station is preparing him for a future 
as a mechanic. There's more to life than 
work, though, and Wayne enjoys snow ski- 
ing as well as skin diving when not tinker- 
ing on a car. 

Ski Club 12; Sr. Party Comm. 




MARIJANE M. HARTLEY 

A girl with strong convictions and a sincere 
interest in people.. .Marijane's dream is to 
become an ethnologist after college. ..she is 
now employed at Curtis Farms. ..loves to 
dance. 

H. R. Mesngr. 11; English Club 1 1; Honors 
10; High Honors 11; Soph. Party Comm.; 
Bookstore 1 1 



LAURA C. HARTNF.TT 

Laurie will make a pleasant, delightful air- 
line stewardess... enjoys C.Y.O. and dancing 
in her spare time. 

Basketball 10; Fashion Show 10, 12; Pep 
Club 10, 11, 12; Sr. Nora. Comm.; Campus 
Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Honors 10, 11 





GAIL F. HARTRY 

Dolly will study at Mansfield Beauty 
Academy after graduation. ..loves sports 
and C.Y.O. She is annoyed by people who 
don't call when they are supposed to. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Basket- 
ball 10; Fashion 10, 11, 12 



EDWINA HARTSHORN 

Future psychology major... Ed now takes a 
course in Chinese and is Worthy Advisor 
of Rainbow. 

High Honors 10, 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
English Club 11, 12; Campus 12; Pep Club 
10, 11; Sr. N'om. Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; 
H. R. Mesngr. 11; Merit Scholarship Letter 
Commend. 12 



MARY K. HASSAN" 

Mair is really full of pep. She is undecided 
as to whether she will go to college and ma- 
jor in Spanish or become an international 
airline hostess. ..keeps busy with dancing 
lessons, golfing, and skiing. 

Chorus 11, 12; Campus Sales Staff 12; 
Cheerleader 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 
12 



MARY E. HAYWARD 

Mary. ..her lively personality will make her 
a popular teacher... secretary of C.Y.O. 

Honors 10, 11; Debate Club 11, 12; Pep 
Club 10, 11, 12; English Club 11, 12; 
Opening Ex. 12; Reflector Lit. Staff 11, 12; 
H. R. Mesngr. 11; Election Day Comm. 12; 
Library Staff 12; Sr. Party Comm. 



RICHARD A. HAVES 

Usually quiet butalways cooperative.. .when 
out of school Richard enjoys racing down 
icy slopes on skis... anticipates becoming 
either a cameraman or platemaker. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 12 



XORMAX G. HAZEX 

Norm. ..an enthusiastic football player... 
enjoys all other sports too. ..aspiring to be- 
come a history teacher, he works now part- 
time for a landscaping company. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10. 11. 12 






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SUSAN E. HERBERT 

Sue wants to enter into a computer pro- 
gram. She enjoys square dancing and is 
active in her Rainbow assembly. 

Honors 11; Jr. One Act Play; Sr. One Act 
Play; Reflector Advertising Staff 12; Math 
Club 11; Pep Club 12; Election Day 12; 
Riding Club 12 



GEORGE F. HEFFERXAN 

George thinks that he raav go to law school 
...nothing phases this quiet boy. ..hobbies 
include amateur radio work. His career 
will certainly be influenced by his interest in 
history, which is George's favorite subject. 



STEVEN B. HEM EON 

An individual with an outgoing personality 
...to attend Lowell Technical School is his 
future goal. ..while he isn't working or lifting 
weights, Steve can be found playing the 
drums. 



DANIEL J. HERLIHY 

Shy and reserved. ..John, with his serious 
manner, should be a success in the business 
world. ..keeps active as a member of C.Y.O. 
and a bowling league.. .all sports appeal 
to him. 



KENNETH W. HEGER, JR. 

Tall and muscular. ..easy-going Ken hopes 
to be a data processor for I.B.M....in addi- 
tion to being on his C.Y.O. basketball team, 
he plays hockey and lifts weights. ..dislikes 
Fords. 



JEAN E. HEPBURN 

Jeannie is going to attend art school. She 
is very active in her church and teaches 
Sunday school... has an extensive spoon 
collection. 

Reflector Art Staff 12; Band 12; Cap & 
Gown Comm. 




FREDERICK C. HEYL 

Chris's experience at the Chef s Hat will aid 
him in his career as a chef . .enjoys working 
on cars. ..dislikes domineering women. His 
friendly, outgoing personality will lead him 
to success anywhere. 

Grad. Dance Comm. 



SHIRLEY A. HILL 

Shy but friendly, Shirl hopes to become a 
medical secretary. She loves to go horse- 
back riding. 

Honors 10; H. R. Mesngr. 10: Intramurals 
10; Soph. Party Comm.; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Jr. Party Comm.; Shorthand Cert. 80; Mrs. 
Swain's Sec't. 12; F.N. A. 11; Riding Club 
11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12 



GEORGE J. HIGGINS, III 

An active C.Y.O. member. ..enjoys all sports, 
especially football. George spends his spare 
time working on cars. ..likes to meet different 
people... hopes to attend college and become 
an engineer. 



PRISCILLA L. HODGES 

She is Concert Mistress of the Boston Youth 
Symphony Orchestra and will continue in 
the field of music to become a performing 
musician. 

Honors 10, 11; Orchestra 10, 11, 12; Soph. 
Debate Team; Campus 1 1, Undergraduates 
Ed. 12; Reflector 11, 12; English Club 11. 
12; National Merit Scholarship Letter Com- 
mend. 12 




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ARTHUR N. HOISINGTON 

Artie enjoys working on automobiles. ..his 
outside experience in auto mechanics will 
bolster his career with General Motors or 
Chrysler Corporation. 



RICHARD E. HO LB ROOK 

Although he has not participated on the 
high school athletic teams, Dick is an avid 
sports fan. ..in his spare time he enjoys 
playing many sports with his friends. After 
serving his country in the Navy, he plans 
to enter the field of carpentry. 






WILLIAM G. HOLD EN 

After college and serving in the Marines, 
Bill will be an architect. ..likes to water ski... 
works at First National Store.. .quiet but 
active. 

Ski Club 12; Guide, Open House 10 



NANCY E. HOLT 

The Bible plays an important part in 
Nancy's future. ..she hopes to teach it after 
she attends Christian College... active in 
Weymouth Bible Club and her church youth 
group. ..she likes tennis and history. 

Library Staff 10, 11, 12; Cafeteria 10, 12; 
Election Day Comm. 12 



The evaluating committee visited Weymouth High School during the fall and 
were pleased with the fine character of our school, our students, and our faculty. 




J I ni l H A. HOLST 

Judy aspires a career as a business secre- 
tary... works part-time at Mr. Donut and 
takes an active part in C.Y.O.. ..enjoys bowl- 
ing.. .her affable personality will carry her 
to success. 



STEPHANIE A. HOLT 

Stephie plans to attend business school. ..be 
a secretary. She works. ..is active in C.Y.O. 
...likes dancing and all sports. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Reflector H. R. Rep. 
10; Jr. One Act Play Comm.; F.B.L.A. 11, 
12; H. R. Mesngr. 12; Jr. Party Comm. 



JANE F. HORRIGAN 

This waitress hopes to attend business 
school. ..likes bookkeeping, swimming, ice 
skating... is active in C.Y.O. 

Pep Club 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12; English Club 
12 




NANCY J. HORSCH 

Nancy works at Curtis Farms and hopes to 
attend college. Always laughing, she likes 
dancing and is carefree.. .is often late and 
dislikes people who study all of the time. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Reflector H. R. Rep. 10; 
Ski Club 12; English Club 11; Honors 10 




RICHARD E. HOTTE 

Dick has an avid interest in automobiles... 
whenever he is not occupied with his school 
work he enjoys tinkering with cars. ..because 
of his innate ability in this work and the en- 
jovment he has found in it, Dick has de- 
cided to become an automechanic after 
graduation. 



PAMELA W. HOUGHTON 

Becoming an airline stewardess is Pam's 
dream. ..she will soon ride airplanes for a 
living as she rides horses for fun now. Her 
big blue eves may help her toward success 
in her chosen field. 

Girls' Gym Team 11; Pep Club 11;F.B.L.A. 
12 



LINDA S. HOWARD 

Chemistry will interest Linda most at college 
...she likes swimming, tennis, dancing, and 
all other sports. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Tennis 11, 12; F.T.A. 
12; Reflector 12; Riding Club 12; Basket- 
ball 10; Sec t, at W.H.S. Annex 10 



KENNETH M. HOW LEY 

Teaching history is Kenny's goal. ..he will 
major in liberal arts at college. 

Soph. Party Comm.: Debate Club 10, 11, 
12; Library Staff 10, 11, 12; Jr. Party 
Comm.; Opening Exercises 10; English 
Club 10, 11, 12; Jr. One Act Play; Reflector 
12; Ski Club 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Sr. One 
Act Play 



CATHERINE M. HOWE 

Cathy is active in C.Y.O.... likes to dance, 
bowl, and eat pizza. ..her industriousness 
will help make her a success in the secretar- 
ial field. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Riding Club 12 



DIANE A. HOYLE 

A friendly girl with a ready smile... Di plans 
to enter college and become a teacher.. .is a 
member of C.Y.O... .enjoys basketball. 

Chorus 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Basketball 
Intramurals 10; English Club 11, 12; 
F.N. A. 11; Campus Sales Staff 12; Reflector 
Advertising Staff 12, H. R. Rep. 12 






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PETER R. HULTMAN 

Pete might go into the paper business or 
become a teacher. ..plays the electric guitar... 
likes to dance and collects records. A quiet 
person, he's always up to something; even 
rifle shooting. 



KENNETH R. HURLBURT 

Ken has made no definite future plans 
except that after serving in the Navy he will 
seek further education. ..a friendly person... 
at the present time his recreational activities 
include skin diving and photographv. 

Open House Activities 10, 11, 12 



ROBERT C. HUNTER 

Bob will often be found working on cars 
and driving the fast, "good-looking" ones. 
He hopes to attend college to study engi- 
neering. ..does not like to learn languages 
in school. 



DONNA J. HURLEY 

Reserved, but friendlv... Donna hopes to be 
an office worker. ..active in her C.Y.O.... 
bowling and tennis are her favorite sports 
...dislikes getting up early in the morning. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 



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KARENANN HUTCHINSON 

Her dress alteration work at Sheridan's 
should aid her in becoming a custom tailor. 
She is both quiet and studious. Her favorite 
pastime is impressionistic dancing, but she 
dislikes sports. 

Fashion Show 11, 12 



DAVID C. HVLAND 

Drawing and painting are sure to make 
Dave a success in the future as an architec- 
tural engineer... likes to read. 

High Honors 10, 11; Reflector Art Staff 11, 
12; Key Club 12; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; 
Election Day Debate 12; Merit Scholarship 
Letter Commend. 12 





DONNA L HVLAND 

Donna would like to become a fashion 
coordinator after college.. .activities include 
Marsha Jordan Fashion Board and Seven- 
teen National Fashion Council. 

Pep Club 10, 1 1, 12; H. R. Mesngr. 10, 11; 
Campus Sales Staff 11, 12; Ski Club 12; 
Election Dav Committee 



JOHN J. IACOBUCCI 

Sneeze is very friendly and likeable.. .a 
sports enthusiast who enjoys playing a 
guitar in his spare time. At Northeastern 
University he desires to prepare himself for 
a career as an electronics technician. 

Open House Activities 10, 11; Office Duty 
11; Jr. Usher 



JOHN I). HVNES 

Dave is an active member of C.Y.O. He 
has participated actively in our class. ..fu- 
ture plans are not definite. He feels he may 
either become a barber or enter furniture 

design. 

Open House 10, 11; Honors 10; Sr. Norn. 
Comm.; Crad. Dance Comm. 



ARLEEN M. INGLIS 

Her friendliness will help make Arleen suc- 
cessful as a medical secretary... she is active 
in her church youth group, the Weymouth 
Bible Club, and works at a cleaners. 

Pep Club 10; Honors 10; Talent Show 11 



JOHN P. INGRAM, III 

John occupies much of his spare time build- 
ing model airplanes and constructing crea- 
tive custom models in the Model Club. 
After military service, he expects to enter the 
field of printing. 

Open House 10, 11. 12; Office Duty 12 



DANIEL JACOBV 

Danny is looking forward to a career in 
engineering. ..collects things in his spare 
time. His collections include coins, stamps, 
and records. Dan enjoys listening to stereo 
but does not like going to school on Fridays. 



DONALD H. JACKSON, JR. 

Don's future is in law. ..member of Church 
Fellowship. ..Master Councilor of DeMolay 
...English, history, politics, and old cars are 
his favorite activities. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Reflector 10, 11, 12; Hon- 
ors 10, 11; Sr. Nom. Comm. 



DIANE JACOBY 

Art school once a week will lead to year- 
round art school after graduation. Diane is 
active in C.Y.O. ...likes swimming, bowling, 
and dancing. 

Pep Club 10, 11; English Club 12; Reflector 
An Staff 12 





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LINDA F. JAMIESON 

An avid swimmer and skier. ..spendsher free 
time studying Chinese at Thayer Academy. 

English Club 10; Gymnastics 10, 11; Pep 
Club 10, 11, 12; Jr. One Act Play; Re/lector 
H. R. Rep. 11, 12; Cheerleader 11, 12; 
Talent Show 11; Campus Sports Co-Ed. 12; 
Honors 10; High Honors 11; Tutor 12; 
Library Staff 12 



BARRY E. JOCELYN 

Although he is undecided about his future, 
Barry knows he wants to own a "G.T.O." 
...spends his spare time skiing, bowling, 
and hunting.. .enjoys all winter sports. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



ANNE E. JENSEN 

Blonde and petite, she was chosen DeMolay 
Chapter Sweetheart and is active in both 
Rainbow and Youth Fellowship. She works 
as a dental assistant and would like to be- 
come a dental hygienist. 

Band 10, 11; Chemistry Lab Ass 't. 11, 12; 
F.N.A. 11, 12 



RALPH E. JOHANSEN 

An avid sports fan. ..interests lie in history 
and stamp collecting... plans to attend L'niv. 
of Mass. School of Agriculture. 

Glenbrook South High School 10, 11; 
Track 10, 11; Library Aide 10, 11; Hist. 
Club 10; Student Council Comm. 10 



HENRY S. JOHNSON 

In his free time Steve likes to hunt, fish, and 
breed dogs. ..quiet disposition. ..has an aver- 
sion to winter.. .anticipates a career in con- 
servation or as a specialist in the armed 
forces. 

Gymnastics 10; Wrestling 11, 12 



JOYCE M. JOHNSON 

Mild-tempered and easy-go ing...when out 
of school Joy likes iceskating and bowling... 
will be a striking success as a medical secre- 
tary after graduation. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 





PAUL R. JOHNSON 

A unique personality. ..Paul is a noncon- 
formist.. .active in Boy Scouts.. .plans to 
travel Bohemian. 

Debate Club 10, 11, 12; Jr. Usher; Cap & 
Gown Comm. 12; Creative Writing 12; 
High Honors 10, 11 



BARBARA B. JONES 

Barb's ready humor and ever-present smile 
are sure to brighten her future classrooms 
...she can be found reading in her spare 
time, when not enlivening a C.Y.O. meeting. 

Debate Club 11; English Club 11; Campus 
Sales Staff 10, 12; Reflector H. R. Rep. 10; 
F.T.A. 10, 11, 12; Grad. Dance Comm. 





DONNA L. JONES 

A quiet girl until you know her... Donna 
hopes for a career in business after attend- 
ing I.B.M. school. ..keeps busy working in 
a luncheonette after school. ..dislikes boys 
with dark eves and "T-birds". 



RICHARD A. JONES 

Dick is always gay and fun-loving. He is 
an active participant in the Saint Francis 
Xavier Drum and Bugle Corps. ..playsfoot- 
ball with the C.Y.O. team. After school he 
wishes to be a draftsman. 

Open House 10, 11; Office Duty 11, 12; 
W inter Track 10; Door Holder 11, 12 




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RICHARD A. JORDAN 

Dick will march with the Army as a career 
...he works at Curtis Farms now... also a 
member of Pilgrim Fellowship. ..dislikes peo- 
ple taking advantage of others. 



CHRISTIAN F. JUST 

An intellectual in the true sense of the word 
...Cris hopes to enter pre-theological train- 
ing after graduating.. .keeps active as the 
president of the Walther League. 

Winter Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 11, 
12; Sr. Nora. Comm.; Honors 10 



WALTER B. JULIAN 

Walter plans a career with the Navy as an 
aircraft mechanic. ..enjoys car racing and 
folk music. ..known for his rendition of 
"Super Skier" in last year's talent show... 
is active in the Sportmen's Club. 



GORDON R. KARLBERG 

Hopes to enter the merchandising field... 
Gordon is a member of the Teenage Viking 
at Braintree Viking Club.. .very interested in 

sciences. 

Physics Lab Ass't. 12 





ALAN F. KARSTUNEN 

Co-operative and friendly. ..Al likes all 
sports. ..plans to go to college and major in 
government. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; 
Sr. Prom Comm. 



KATHLEEN C. KEATING 

Miss Personality Plus...Kathy keeps busy- 
as vice-president of her C.Y.O.... anticipates 
a career in teaching. 

Chorus 10; Honors 10; Opening Ex. 10, 
11, 12; Re/lector 10, 11; Ed.-in-chief 12; 
Campus 11; Debate Club 12; Pep Club 10, 
11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



MAUREEN F. KEATING 

Always smiling.. .likes life in general.. .Moe 
will add sparkle to some law office as a 
legal secretary after business school. 

Pep Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Shorthand 
Cert. 60, 80; Mrs. Moss' Sec't. 12; Sec't. in 
Instructional Materials Center; Sr. Party 
Comm. 



PAUL D. KEEFE 

Quiet until vou know him...a serious minded 
boy. ..Paul hopes for a business career after 
furthering his education. ..active in C.Y.O.... 
tennis rates high with him. 

Tennis 10 



CYNTHIA C. KEE 

Friendly Cindy would like to enter business 
school... active in her church fellowship and 
Worthy Advisor of Rainbow. ..dislikes 
pierced ears. 

F.B.L.A. 11, Pres. 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; Cap & Gown Comm.; Mr. 
Concannon's Sec't. 12 



PHYLLIS M. KEEFE 

Always laughing. ..Phvllis will surely be a 
popular airline stewardess with her spark- 
ling personality. ..keeps busy working at 
Sears and participating in C.Y.O. activities 
...loves to dance. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Soph. Party Comm.; 
F.T.A. 11 





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JOHN A. KEITH, JR. 

Jack, with his quiet smile, is always willing 
to cooperate.. .plans to attend college.. .likes 
to ski on both water and snow. 

Xewburyport H.S. 10, 11; Spring Track 
10. 11; Football 11; Ski Club 12 



BERXICE T. KELLY 

Bunny. ..after graduating hopes to become 
a psychiatric nurse.. .gains helpful experi- 
ence through work in a nursing home.. .finds 
time to enjoy horseback riding. 

Pep Club 10; F.T.A. 10. 11; Open House 
Guide 10; Riding Club 11, 12; F.N.A. 12 



MELODY KELLER 

With her smiling brown eyes, she is a 
pleasure to talk to. ..her fondest desire is to 
become an interior decorator... loves Chi- 
nese and Italian food. 

Library Ass't. 11; Gymnastics 11; F.B.L.A. 
11. 12' 



JOSEPH R. KELLY 

Contented and always smiling, Joe is a 
quiet boy w-ho takes life easy. ..all sports 
appeal to him. ..certain to be a success after 
attending college. 






MAUREEN J. KENNY 

Member of C.Y.O... .enjoys water skiing and 
skating when out of school... Maureen "s 
sparkling personality will help her when she 
becomes a nurse. 



Library Club 
Show 11, 12 



11; F.B.L.A. 12; Fashion 



CAXDACE A. KEOUGH 

Candy. ..an active member of Rainbow... 
gymnastics occupies much of her spare time 
...hopes to attend college after graduation... 
dislikes know-it-alls. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; 
Chorus 10; Dramatic Club 10 






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ELAINE M. KERRIGAN 

Elaine.. .a friendly person who enjoys watch- 
ing as well as participating in sports. ..she 
is a member of C.Y.O....her future lies in the 
field of retailing or buying. 

Chorus 10; Gym Team 10, 11, 12; F.H.A. 
11, 12; Pep Club 12; Ski Club 12; Reflector 
H. R. Rep. 12 



NEIL M. KERSTEIN 

Neil. ..personable with a sense of humor... 
enjoys playing football and hockey during 
his spare time., plans to attend college after 
high school. 

A.V. 10; Chess Club 10 






BRUCE L. KETCHEN 

Future plans include Burdett Business 
School with a career in business manage- 
ment to follow. ..member of DeMolay... en- 
joys economics class. 

A.V. Club 10, LI, 12; Senior Class Play 
Lighting 1 1 



JOHN F. KILLORAN, JR. 

John. ..an active member of the Whitman 
Orchestral Club. ..plans to go to college and 
put his musical abilities to use by teaching... 
enjoys all sports. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Chorus 11, 12 



W ILLIAM B. KETCHEN 

Bill... a member of DeMolay. ..enjoys sailing 
...his friendliness and sense of humor will 
be instrumental in his success at college. 

Thayer Academy 10; Track 10; Soccer 10; 
Glee Club 10; Cross Country 11; Track 11; 
Creative Writing Club 12; Sr. One Act Play 



MAUREEN R. KILLORAN 

Maureen. ..very sincere and personable... 
enjoys swimming as well as following ma- 
jor professional sports. ..she will surely be 
successful in the I.B.M. field. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.N. A. 11; Debate 
Club 11; Voting Comm. of Election 12; 
Campus 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11 




EILEEN M KILPATRICK 

A little girl with a big smile... "Irish" will 
contribute a warm and friendlv manner to 
any office that she graces as a secretary... 
she keeps active by playing tennis. 

Mr. West's Sec't. 12 



RICHARD M. KING 

Rick. ..a very outgoing person with a win- 
ning smile.. .avidly interested in sports... 
headed for the FLast Coast Aero. Tech. ..an 
active member of DeMolay. 

Gym Team 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; 
Chorale 11, 12; Football 10; Ski Club 12 



WILLIAM J. KINSMAN 

Bill will pursue his interests in the field of 
carpentry. ..works part-time for a flooring 
company, .takes an active part in C.Y.O. 
and the Naval Reserves. ..his hard-working 
attitude guarantees his success. 



JOHN W KNOX 

Working and attending night school leaves 
Johnnie with little spare time.. .enjoys auto 
racing. Although his future plans are unde- 
cided, he will certainly be a success in what- 
ever his field of endeavor. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 




PARKER M. KOOPMAN 

Parker... DeMolay and DeMolay s rifle 
team occupy much of his time.. .enjoys sail- 
ing and golf.. .plans to attend the Massa- 
chusetts Maritime Academy. 

Key Club 12 



ROBERT G. KOZA 

Bob, a determined boy, plans to enter the 
business world after graduation. ..he can be 
found working on all kinds of cars any 
time of day. 




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STANLEY KRAFTON, JR. 

Stan. ..co-operative and friendly. ..has a tre- 
mendous interest in sports especially base- 
ball. ..likes fast-moving cars. ..his futureplan 
is to enroll in college. 

Baseball 11 



JUDITH A. KUHN 

Judy is headed for college.. .enjoys writing, 
piano, and ice-skating.. .dislikes cheating 
and people having no sense of humor. 

High Honors 10, 11; Chorus 10, 11, 12; 
Campus 11, Ass't. Ed. 12; English Club 
10, 11, 12; Merit Scholarship Letter 
Commend. 12; Chorale 11; Talent Show 11 



JOSEPH E. KRUSAS 

Joe plans to continue his education at 
Bridgewater with preference to mathematics 
...his outside activities include C.Y.O., 
riflery, and Sportsman's Club.. .Joe will be 
at ease with people because he is friendly... 
He likes hunting and sportscars. 



JOANNE M. LAING 

Jo is very friendly and has a good sense of 
humor. She will find her career in clips "n 
curlers. 

H. R. Mesngr. 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Election 
Day Registration Comm. 12 



ELLEN V. LAMOND 

Ellen intends to become a secondary school 
teacher... likes dancing, sports and especial- 
ly ice cream sundaes. 

H. R. Rep. 10; Gymnastics 10; Honors 10, 
11; Cheerleader 11, Head Cheerleader 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Chem. Lab Ass't. 11, 
12; Student Council 11, 12; Class Sec't. 12 



JOHN C. LANCASTER 

likes all water sports. ..can be found surfing, 
skiing, or sailing. ..Ralf plans to enter col- 
lege and become a naval architect. 

Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 12 





JOSEPH M. LANDREVILLE 

Joseph enjoys tinkering with television seiS 
and radios. A pop-music and dancing en- 
thusiast, he is a band agent for his C.Y.O. 
group. After serving in the Air Force he 
will enter the field of electronics. 

Open House 10. 11, 12; Opening Exercises 
11, 12; Office Duty 11, 12; Junior Play 



DOLORES M. LANE 

Likes sincere people.. ,De has an outgoing 
personality and will dance her way through 
life. 

One Act Play Usherette 10; Dramatics Club 
10; Declamation Contest 10; Talent Show 
11; English Club 11, 12; Re/lector 12; Hon- 
ors 10, 11 





KENNETH A. LANEAU 

Enjoys sports.. .especially basketball and 
baseball. ..Ken is a member of the Jr. Legion 
Baseball Team in his spare time. After 
graduation he plans to attend Massachusetts 
Maritime Academy. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 12 



DEBORAH A. LANG 

Debbie is a member of Sr. Pilgrim Fellow- 
ship. ..likes tennis and dislikes people who 
are conceited... a career as an X-ray techni- 
cian lies in her future. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Gym Team 11; F.T.A. 
11. 12 





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CAROL A. LANIEWSKI 

An energetic member of C.Y.O....plans to 
attend Chandler Business School for 
Women. 

Honors 10, 11; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80, 
100; Mr. Dow's Sec't. 12; Election Day 
Registration Comm. 12; A.V. Office Ass't. 
Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 



AUDREY J. La SPADA 

Friendly, considerate, and cheerful. ..Audrey 
anticipates attending the L'niversity of New 
Hampshi re. 

Jr. Norn. Comm.; ET.A. 11, 12;CymTeam 
11; Open House 11; Pep Club 10; Campus 
12; Honors 10; High Honors 11 



PETER J. LAVERTY 

Is friendly and active... after attending 
Ceorgetown University, Pete will "drill and 
fill" in his own dentist's office. 

Baseball 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; 
Honors 10, 11; Math Club 10, 11; Key 
Club 12; Student Council 10, 12, Treas. 12; 
Reflector 11; Sr. Party Comm. 



PHYLLIS M. LANTZ 

A friendly but quiet girl, Phyllis plans on 
becoming a hairdresser.. .if her own coiffure 
is any indication of her talent, she'll be a 
sure success. ..she is presendy employed at 
Zayre's...her likes include the Air Force, but 
cliques are definitely "out" with her. 



ROBERT W. LATOUR 

Buck plans to attend Bridgewater and to 
become a teacher. ..works at Sevian's... be- 
longs to C.Y.O. and a bowling league in his 
spare time. 

Key Club 10, 11, 12; Debate Club 10, 11; 
Monitor 10, 11, 12 



EDWARD J. LAVIN, JR. 

r^ddie likes most sports.. .is quiet, sincere, 
and a good friend. In his spare time he is 
an active member of C.Y.O. After gradua- 
tion he plans to attend Bentley. 

Sr. Nom. Comm. 12 



Experimenting gives students a chance to apply their knowledge of physics and 
better understand its principles. A curious mind is always rewarded, no matter 
what the field. 




ROBERT C. LAWRENCE 

Bob enjoys all sports.. .especially baseball... 
is an active member of DeMolay, Church 
Fellowship, and Y.M.C.A. Bob's outgoing 
personality will lead him to much success 
as an aeronautical engineer. 

Baseball 10, 11; Gym Team 11, 12; Ski 
Club 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 12; Campus 12; 
Honors 10 



DONNA J. LAYTON 

Active in Rainbow. ..a sincere, thoughtful 
person... Donna hopes to attend Forsythe 
and become a dental hygienist... enjoys 
swimming. 

Demonstration Class 10; English Club 10, 
11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Reflector Staff 
11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; 
Honors 10; High Honors 11 




MICHAEL J. LEAHY 

A future lawyer... Mike is now a baker at the 
South Shore Hospital. A quiet, considerate 
person and a C.V.O. member. ..he plans to 
take a pre-legal course at Boston College. 

Honors 10, 11; Campus 12 



LAURIE J. LEIGHTON 

Laurie's consideration for others will help 
her in the field of social work.. .an active 
member of Rainbow. She enjoys horseback 
riding. 

Pep Club 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 10, 12; English 
Club 11; F.H.A. 11, 12; Ski Club 12 



PAUL E. LEARY 

Full of vitality. ..Paul anticipates a career in 
business administration after graduation. 
He enjovs all athletics, especially horseback 
riding. 

Basketball 10; Football 10 



FREDERICK W. LEONARD 

Fred is a quiet and personable fellow who 
enjoys most sports. He works at Supreme 
Market when not busy with school. After 
graduation Fred plans to become a printer. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 





KATHY D. LEWIS 

A quiet, studious girl...Kathy hopes to 
attend John Robert Powers School and be- 
come a model... dislikes people who won t 
believe her real name is Kathy. 

Mr. Dolan's Sec t. 12; Honors 10, 11 



SUSAN L. LIBBY 

College and a career in Marine Biology lie 
in Sue's future... a considerate, friendly per- 
son. ..she likes roller skating and sewing. 

J.M.S.Y.C. 10, 11. 12: Chorus 10, 12; 
Honors 10; Tutor 11. 12; English Club 
11, 12; Evaluation Comm. 12; Campus 12; 
High Honors 11 








JOYCE M. LILLA 

lively and vivacious, Joyce can be found at 
almost every party or dance. Her main 
ambition is to become a secretary. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Riding Club 11; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; 
Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; Mr. Lyons' Sec't. 
10; Miss Canning's Sec t. 12; Honor Roll 
10 



DAVID T. LINDSAY 

W hen he isn't working, Dave can be found 
around cars or playing his guitar. Some 
day this friendly, carefree bov hopes to at- 
tend college. He is yet undecided as to 
which college he would like to go. 

A.Y. Club 10, 11 



PETER S. LINCOLN 

Line, when not busy with his school work, 
occupies most of his time perfecting his hi-fi 
and *tereo... has strong feelings against 
some of the modern cars. After graduation 
he will probably enter the field ot electronics. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



LOIS A. LITCHFIELD 

Louie's future desire is to become a veteri- 
narian. The characteristic of calmness and 
her love for animals will make her an ex- 
cellent one. 



Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
Creative Writing 12 



Riding Club 11: 



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KAREN J. LITTLE 

A great sense of humor and a strong con- 
cern for others will help to make Karen 
successful in her chosen field of teaching. 

Morning Exercises 10; F.T.A. V. Pres. 12; 
Reflector H. R. Rep. 



THELMA M. LITTLEHALE 

Thel's volunteer work at the South Shore 
Hospital is helping her prepare for a career 
as a practical nurse.. .she is very quiet and 
likes people. 

Riding Club 11,12; Pep Club 12 





KAREN F. LOFGREN 

Karen hopes to go into the field of math. 
She enjoys water sports as an outside ac- 
tivity. 

Jr. Norn. Comm. 10; Campus 11; Literary 
Ed. 12; Chem. Lab Ass't. 11; N.C.T.E. 
Award 11; Science Advisory Council, Sec 't. 
11; Sr. Norn. Comm. 12; Chem. Tutor 12; 
Honors 10; High Honors 11 



GERALDINE A. LOPEZ 

Keen of mind, Gerry's main desire is to 
teach elementary school. She enjoys music 
and various sports. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; English Club 11, 12; 
F.T.A. 11, Pres. 12; F.N.A. 11; Lib. Ass't. 
11; Campus 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Honors 10, 
11 



JOHN F. LONG 

John, although he dislikes going to school, 
has hopes of going into the field of aviation 
mechanics. ..he is an active member of 
C.Y.O. and enjoys hockey. 

Chef Club 10; Sr. Party Comm. 12 



KENNETH R. LORING 

Ken is an active member of the C.Y.O. 
drum corps... he is friendly and has a won- 
derful sense of humor.. .he likes almost 
everyone and everything, except ringlish... 
his highest hope is to become a millionaire. 



NEAL B. LOUD 

Neal plans to teach mathematics after he 
finishes high school. He is a friendly, cheer- 
ful person and has all the potentials of an 
excellent teacher. 

Chess Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 11 



STEVEN E. LOUD 

Steve is a very quiet and serious person 
who dislikes impatient people.. .he enjovs all 
sports but especially baseball and football. 
The Air Force constitutes the next step in his 
plans for the future. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 





JANET E. LUCAS 

Always smiliiig...a gifted musician. ..can be 
found playing C.Y.O. basketball. ..Jan is 
bound to score when teaching school. 

Band 10, 11, 12; District Festival 10, 11; 
Orchestra 11; New England Festival 11; 
F.N.A. 11, 12; Honors 11 



KATHLEEN M. LUKEMAN 

Kathy... always full of fun. ..dislikes snob- 
bery. ..hopes to enter the secretarial field 
after graduation. ..expressed no particular 
specialty area but will do well in anything 
she selects. 





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JEAN M. LUTHE 

Active in Rainbow. ..enjoys bowling.. .has a 
knack with hair-styling and is sure to be a 
success as a beautician. 

Pep Club 10 



ROBERT F. LYONS 

Beaver... a carefree individual. ..enjoys all 
sports, especially bowling, hockey, and bas- 
ketball... active in C.Y.O....now works as a 
gas station attendant. 

Cap & Gown Committee 12 



CEORGINE M. LYMAN 

Chick... a car racing enthusiast.. .hopes to do 
social work in the future. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Riding 
Club 11, 12 



MARY G. Mac DONALD 

Marv's chosen field is secretarial work... 
active in C.Y.O. and CCD.. ..friendly. 

Riding Club 11; Fashion Show 10, 12; Mr. 
Fisher's Sec't. 12; Mr. Cicchese's Sec't. 10; 
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



ROBERT D. MacGREGOR 

Elly's ambition is to become a race car 
driver. ..witty and very relaxed... likes jazz, 
folk songs, and people. 

Orchestra 10; Audio Visual Club 10; Band 
10. 11, 12 



DANIEL L. MacINTYRE 

Mac hopes to enter the seminary. ..plays 
accordion. ..member of C.Y.O. drum and 
bugle corps. ..likes bowling.. .quiet and de- 
pendable. 

Student Council Dances 10. 11, 12; Jr. 
Party 11; Soph. Party 10, 11; Chorus 11, 
12 





LOIS A. MacKAY 

Lou's goal is nursing school. ..enjoys swim- 
ming and badminton. ..friendly. ..punctual. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 12; Riding 
Club 12 



BARBARA A. MacKENZIE 

Barb's looking forward to college next year 
...friendly. ..member of M. Y.N... .dislikes in- 
decision. 

English Club 11, 12; Chess Club 12; Open- 
ing Ex. 10, 12; Riding Club 11, 12; Cafe- 
teria 10; Pep Club 12; Library Staff 11; 
Soph. Party Comm. 10; Campus Sales Staff 
11; Honors 10, 11 





MARY G. MacKENZIE 

Man 's future is in the secretarial field. ..as 
an outside activity she enjoys bowling... 
quiet. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Fashion Show 10. 11 



HUGH B. MacKINNON 

Hughie is an apt student and an active 
participant in school activities. He likes all 
sports and is a member of the Naval Re- 
serves. In the future he plans to make cab- 
inetmaking his career. 

Cafeteria 10; Honors 10, 1 1; Student Gov't.; 
Jr. L'sher 







LINDA J. MacKINNON 

Personable and active.. .secretarial work lies 
ahead for Linda.. .works at Woolworth's... 
active in P. F.... defends herself with judo. 

F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10; Short- 
hand Cert. 60; Jr. Play Make-up Comm. 
11; Mr. Medici's Sec't. 12 



PATRICIA 1). MacLARTY 

Pat is always happy and laughing.. .her 
sense of humor will add sparkle to any 
beauty parlor.. .people who are conceited 
rate low with her. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12 




KATHLEEN MacLEAN 

Has a lot of patience... Kathy plans to work 
after high school.. .her free time is occupied 
by swimming and drawing, horseback 
riding is a special favorite. 

Chorus 10, 1 1 , 12; Riding Club 12; V. Pres. 
11; Glee Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



SU ELLEN' MacMILLAN 

Witty and sophisticated. ..active in C.Y.O.... 
hopes to attend business school after gradu- 
ation. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 10; Reflector 
H. R. Rep. 11; D.E.C.A. 12 



ROBERT D. MacLF:OD 

Quiet and reserved. ...Mac will further his 
education at college... wrestling is a favorite 
sport. ..likes Yolkswagons. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11, 12; 
Track 11; Opening Exercises 11; Honors 
11 



MARJORIE MacMURRAY 

Ambitious Margie will go to secretarial 
school.. .works at Thayer Pharmacy. ..active 
in C.Y.O....she thinks sports cars are great 
...dislikes hospitals. 



Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Reflector Rep. 
F.B.L.A. 11; Junior Party Comm. 



10; 



JAMES P. MACONOCHIE 

A good sense of humor.. .wants to attend 
Maritime School... athletic Mac likes all 
sports. ..is on a tennis team and plays 
church basketball.. .C.Y.O. is another activ- 
ity. ..also likes drive-in movies. 

Baseball 10, 11, 12; Hockey 11, 12 



DENNIS E. MACRI 

Always dependable.. .will someday be a 
clothing buyer... Dennie is in the Naval 
Reserves. ..belongs to DeMolay...can be 
found working at Sheridan's. ..enjoys ice- 
skating and working on cars. 

Chorus 11; D.E.C.A. Pres. 12 



ELLEN T. MacPHERSON 

Quiet and sweet.. .Civil Service work lies 
ahead... Ellen enjoys roller skating and soft- 
ball. ..active in C.Y.O. ...dislikes snobs. 



Fashion 
Staff 12; 
12 



Show 10; Reflector Advertising 
F.B.L.A. 12; Miss Toomey's Sec't. 



DIANNE J. MADDEN 

A good and determined worker... Dianne 
wants to be a laboratory technician. ..be- 
longs to C.Y.O.. ..works part-time at Zayre's 
...she likes tennis and fast driving. ..is both- 
ered by conceited people. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Miss Norris' Sec't. 12; Gradu- 
ation Dance Comm. 




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ARTHUR A. MAHAR 

Artie is an active member of Orphan's Hope 
Lodge. After graduation he looks forward 
to attending the Franklin Institute of Tech- 
nology where he will major in architectural 
design. 

Open House 10, 11; Sr. Prom Comm. 



JOSEPH A. MAHER, JR. 

Joe.. .a sports enthusiast. ..this friendly guy 
can be found participating in all water 
sports. ..will enter college next fall. ..hopeful- 
ly Northeastern. 

Open House 10, 11; V. Pres., VV.V.T.H.S. 





DANIEL F. MAHONEY 

His quick sense of humor and affability are 
enjoyed by many of his friends... Dan 
spends his spare time working on cars... 
hopes to enter the Navy after graduation. 



PAUL F. M ALONE Y 

Spends his spare time playing pool.. .trained 
in the use of hammer and saw. ..Paul antici- 
pates a career in carpentry or architectural 
design. 

Open House 10, 11 




ROBERT W. MALNATI 

Bob is training for sheetmetal work. ..golf 
and baseball are his main outside interests 
...he's also interested in girls. 

Open House 11 



KENNETH L. MANUEL 

Cars and water sports rate high with Ken... 
plans to further his education in college. 

Open House 10, 11; Office Duty 11, 12 






A person who can utilize the magic of the written word will control his own 
future to his advantage. Weymouth English teachers work with the fundamen- 
tals of communication: the written word. Perhaps the student understands him- 
self better from the experience. 



ROBERT A. M ARAN I 

An active member of his C.Y.O... enjoys 
sports and coin collecting.. .Bob looks for- 
ward to studying architectural drawing... 
possibly at Wentworth Institute. 

Cafeteria Worker 10, 11; Honors 10, 11; 
Open House 1 1 



DONALD P. MARIANO 

Quiet and industrious... Donnie plans to 
attend business school after graduation... 
active in C.Y.O.... dislikes repetitious people 
...he will be a success in whatever field he 
chooses to enter. 

Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; Mr. Gregory's Sec 't. 
12: Honors 1 1 





WILLIAM H. MARSH 

A decision between carpentry and the Army 
Engineer Corps lies in Bill's future... interest- 
ed in all sports. ..has a part-time job at the 
Charter House. 

Cap & Gown Comm. 



JANET F. MARSHALL 

Janet will continue her education at college 
...she works after school.. .has a good sense 
ol humor... likes snow skiing., hates to be 
interviewed. 

Pep Club 10, 11; English Club 11; Ski Club 
12; Campus Sales Staff 12; Sr. Party Comm. 
12; Honors 10 





PAMELA S. MARSHALL 

Quiet and reserved. ..Pam will teach elemen- 
tary school. ..belongs to Rainbow and her 
church choir.. .vice-president of her M.Y.F. 
...likes dancing and talking. 

F.T.A. 10, 11. 12; Chorus 11; English Club 
12 



GAIL A. MARSHMAN 

Friendly and witty. ..Gail will work for the 
Telephone Company or I.B.M....would like 
to visit Hawaii. ..enjoys horseback riding... 
annoyed by conceited people. 

Fashion Show 10; F.B.L.A. 11; Mr. Thomp- 
son's Sec't. 12 





PAUL E. MAR TELL 

Witty and likeable... Marty will attend col- 
lege.. then plans a career in teaching... active 
in C.Y.O. and M.B.B.A....Iikes everyone 
except new boys. 

Football 10; Wrestling 10; Library Staff 12; 
Cap & Gown Comm. 12 



KAREN A. MARTIN 

Responsible and sincere... will attend college 
...will then join the Peace Corps. Depend- 
able Karen will surely be of great service. 

Chorus 10; Reflector H. R. Rep. 10, 11, Lit. 
Staff 11, Asst. Ed. 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep 
Club 12; English Club 12; Sr. Norn. Comm. 
12; Honors 11 



CHARLES R. MASON 

Charlie has trained his sights on college... 
he is a quiet, considerate boy who loves all 
sports, without exception. ..also is a member 
of M.B.A. 



JANICE E. MATSON 

Quiet... a Sunday school teacher. ..Janice 
anticipates college after graduation. 

Chorus 11; Riding Club 11; Pep Club 12; 
Gymnastics 12; Election Dav Registration 
and Voting Comm. 12 



STEPHEN C. MASSEY 

Very talented in the music field... Steve's 
plans are to further his musical education 
...a member of the Scituate Band and 
Quincy Symphonv Orchestra. 

Band 10. 11, 12; Hockey 10, 11; Junior 
Usher; Chorus 12 



WILLIAM MATTHEWS, JR. 

Bill. ..plays C.Y.O. basketball and hockey... 
a mean drummer, this amusing extrovert 
will swing into college after graduation. 

Cross Country 10; Football 10; Honors 10 





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EDWARD R. MATTSON 

Ed dislikes being called "Duke". ..an active 
member of DeMolay... anticipates a career 
in the Naval Air Force. 

A.V. Club 12; Cafeteria Worker 12 



RICHARD F. MAZALEWSKI 

Work at a theater after school leaves Maz 
with litde spare time. ..his training with the 
use of a hammer and saw will certainly be 
a great asset to him in his future career as 
a carpenter or house builder. 



FREDERICK H. MATTSON 

Works at Whitey's Home Bakery. ..Fred's 
friendliness and determination will be a 
great asset to him in his college years... 
dislikes people who gossip. 



zena m. McAllister 

Nina is quiet and dependable.. .participates 
in various church activities. ..the Salvation 
Army Officers Training School lies in her 
future. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Gbiorse's Sec't. 12; 
Honors 10 



philip m. McCaffrey 

Friendly and athletic. .a member of C.Y.O. 
...anticipates college, hopefully Bentley. 

Cross Country 10, 11; Cafeteria Worker 
10, 11, 12 



RONALD J. McCALL 

An active member of C.Y.O....Ronk finds 
woodworking his future endeavor.. .his 
friends find him pleasant and helpful. He 
enjoys all sports. ..dislikes short haircuts. 





DOROTHY M. McCANN 

Dottie enjoys tennis...a determined individ- 
ual who will do well in her college years. 

Pep Club 10; Soph. Debates; Campus Sales 
Staff 11; Campus Lit. Staff 12; Fashion 
Show Moderator 11; Debate Club 11, 12; 
Election Day Sec't. 12; Cap & Gown 
Comm.; Honors 10, 11 



EDWARD McCAUCHIN, JR. 

When there is a room full of laughter, you'll 
find Eddie in the middle. ..ambitious and 
friendly with plans to attend Bentley Col- 
lege... enjoys athletics. 

Cross Country 10, 11; Winter Track 10; 
Bookroom clerk 10; A.V. Club 11; Spring 
Track 12; Grad. Dance Comm. 



peter g. McCarthy 

A bowling fan... a member of the Mass. Bay 
Assoc. Bowling League and C.Y.O... .Omar 
will decide between teaching or foreign 
service. 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 

10, 11; Spring Track 10; Chess Club 10, 

11, 12; Soph, and Jr. Partv Comm.; Cam- 
pus Copy Staff 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12; High 
Honors 10; Honors 11; Sr. Prom Comm. 



JOHN A. McCAULEY 

John, being strong-willed, will succeed in his 
plans to go into the field of law.. .a member 
of C.Y.O. and the Naval Reserves. 

Chess Club 10, 11, 12; A.V. Club 10, 11; 
Basketball 10; Debate Comm. 12, Chair- 
man 12; Tennis 12 






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KATHLEEN M. McCONE 

An active C.Y.O. member. ..Kath enjovs 
football games, parties, and just being with 
people. She plans to attend college to pur- 
sue a career in journalism. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Campus Sales Staff 
11, 12; English Club 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



donna l. Mcculloch 

Dependable and quiet., a member of Rain- 
bow. ..Donna "s future plans are undecided. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. 
Horrigan's Sec t. 11, 12; Opening Exercises 
11; Library Ass t. 12 




BARBARA A. McDONALD 

Enjoys swimming and good music... Barb 
anticipates a career in secretarial work after 
graduation 



F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mrs. Hoyles Sec't. 
Honors 11; High Honors 10 



12; 



CHARLEEN M. McDONALD 

Charn hopes to be an elementary teacher... 
good-natured. ..favorite sports are bowling 
and w aterskiing... member of C.Y.O. 

Openmg Ex. 10; Chorus 10; F.T.A. 11, 12; 
Riding Club 12; Reflector Adv. Staff 12 




ROBERT M. McDONALD 

Bob hopes to enter some field of math... 
member of C.Y.O.. ..likes sports... dislikes 
getting up early. 

Hockev 10; Sophomore Party 10; Winter 
Track 1 1; Math Club 12; Sr. Norn. Comm. 
12: Election Day Comm. 12 



KATHLEEN" McDONOL'GH 

An active member of C.Y.O.. ..Kathy sets 
her goals for a career in nursing.. .full of 
fun and liveliness. 

Chorus 10; H. R. Mesngr. 10; F.N'.A. 11. 
12; Pep Club 1 1; Jr. Party Comm.; English 
Club 12; Sr. One Act Plav; Campus Sales 
Staff 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Honors 10, 11 



The flavor of personality reveals itself in a number of areas. Here, some 
master chefs sample the seasonings, searching for that "just right" combination 
of food, broth, and spice. Boeuf a la Weymouth, anyone? 




GAIL A. McELLIGOTT 

Chosen field is secretarial.. .enjoys bowling 
...a member of C.Y.O.. ..employed with a 
part-time job.. .likes to laugh.. .good-natured. 

F.B.LA. 10; Pep Club 10; Reflector H. R. 
Rep. 10 



MARY R. McFARLAND 

Friendly and full of fun...Marv's ability to 
get along with people will prove beneficial 
in her future career as a secretary. ..active 
in C.Y.O. 

Honors 10: Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 11; 
F.B.L.A. 11. 12 




DIANE L. McGINN 

Working toward a nursing career.. .when 
not in a white uniform, Di may be found on 
the tennis courts. 

Soph. Xom. Comm.; Pep Club 10, 11; 
Soph. Party Comm.; F.N. A. 11, 12; Jr. 
Party Comm.; English Club 12 



JOHN M. McGRATH 

Jack hopes to become a druggist by attend- 
ing the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy 
...plays in the St. Francis Drum and Bugle 
Corps. 

Band 10, 11; Orchestra 11 





DENNIS McGROARTY, JR. 

Humorous and carefree... this sociable guy 
will sail into engineering, perhaps at Mas- 
sachusetts Maritime Academy. 

Spring Track 10. 11; Opening Exercises 11; 
Cap & Gown Comm. 



ALBERT F. McGURR 

It's anchors aweigh for Al. He intends 
making the Navy his career. ..quiet. ..well- 
dressed. ..likes sports. ..member of theC.Y.O. 
Hockey Team. 




BRUCE W. McGUNNIGLE 

Likes gymnastics... member of Y.M.C.A. 
gym team... interested in a career in business 
management.. .plans college after gradua- 
tion. 

Boys' Gymnastic Team 10, 11, 12 



EDWARD J. McINNIS 

Mac is headed for college... interested in 
science and math. ..intelligent.. .enjoys sports 
...member of C.Y.O.... bowling league. 

Electronics Club 11; Photography Club 12; 
Math Club 12; Chem. Lab Ass't. 11; Elec- 
tion Comm. 12; Soph. Nom. Comm.; Tutor 
12; High Honors 10, 11 





DONALD W. McISAAC, JR. 

Donald is undecided as to his future plans 
upon graduation. ..he likes working with 
cars and after school works at a gas sta- 
tion. ..quite talkative and rambunctious. 



WALTER McKLNNON, JR. 

Walter claims he is lazy, but is reallv a 
determined student... desires to studv engi- 
neering at Northeastern University... likes 
to take life easy. 




ELIZABETH McLELLAN 

Always laughing. ..Libby hopes to further 
her education at Northeastern. ..works at 
Jackson Square Library... attends the pony 
races at Middleboro... dislikes writing com- 
positions. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Gymnastics 10; Hon- 
ors 10; English Club 11, 12; Ski Club 12; 
Sr. Party Comm. 



judith a. McMillan 

Talkative.. Judy plans to teach Physical 
Education. ..active in C.Y.O. and Girl Scouts 
...enjoys gymnastics. 

Gym Team 10, 1 1, 12; Library Staff 10, 1 1; 
Soph. Party Comm.; Pep Club 10, 12; Ski 
Club 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Mock Election 12 



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MARY L. McMONAGLE 

Friendly and co-operative... Mary plans to 
be an X-ray Technician. ..active in C.Y.O. 
...works as a candy striper. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Girls' Glee Club 10, 
12; Chorus 11; Library Staff 11, 12; F.T.A. 
11, 12; Equestrian Club 12; Ski Club 12; 
Mock Election Registration Comm. 



MARY E. McMORROW 

Liz enjoys sewing and cooking. ..likes to 
bowl. ..member of C.Y.O... .would like a job 
with government in I.B.M. field. ..has work- 
ed in advertising. 

Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 

F.B.L.A. 12 





MARV IN M McNALLY 

Marv appreciates wit and enjoys a good 
laugh. ..he now wears the uniform of a gas 
station attendant at a local Sunoco station. 
Soon he'll be off to college, and after that 
the uniform and wings of the Air Force will 
be a major part of Marv's life. 



NANCY A. McNUTT 

Petite and thoughtful, Nancy is always 
ready to lend a helping hand. ..although she 
has not decided on her subject, she is sure 
that teaching is for her. 

Reflector Adv. Staff 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 
12; Gymnastics 10, 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; 
Honors 10 



JAMES L. McNAMARA 

Mack wants to go into the field of printer- 
ship with C.B.'s... works at the stables after 
school. ..enjoys horseback riding and 
square-dancing. 

Cap & Gown Comm. 



THOMAS M. McQUADE 

A subde wit.. .Tom hopes to be an aviator 
after attending Massachusetts Military 
School... a member of C.Y.O. and St. Francis 
Drum and Bugle Corps. ..chemistry classes 
are his favorite. 



JOHN S. McSWEENEY, JR. 

A likeable boy.. Shaun is undecided about 
entering the service or college... keeps busy 
working in a department store.. .wishes he 
could stay out late at night. 



PATRICIA McWILLUMS 

Friendly.. .elementary school teaching will be 
in Pat's future.. .active in the Methodist 
Youth Fellowship. ..likes convertibles... dis- 
likes homework and snobs. 



WALTER McTIGERT, JR. 

Mac hopes to travel in the future.. .likes folk 
music. ..especially Bob Dylan. ..friendly... 
doesn't like the world situation today. 

Sr. Prom Comm. 10; Basketball 10; Key 
Club 10, V. Pres. 12 



Pep Club 11, 12; 
H. R. Rep. 



F.T.A. 11, 12; Reflector 



RONALD B. MEADE 

Serious-minded Ron plans to attend college 
and then enter the service... after school he 
works in a drug store.. .girls who wear curl- 
ers in public do not appeal to him. 

One Act Play 12; Election Day 12 




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VIRGINIA M. MEAN V 

Ginny.a friend to all. ..her future lies in 
government work. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Student Council 10, 12; 
Opening Ex. 12; High Honors 11; Class 
Treas. 11, 12; Honors 10; Campus Jr. Sales 
Staff 11; Ident. Editor 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 
11, 12; Reflector H. R. Rep. 11 



DENNIS MELCHIN 

A quiet boy who likes people.. .Dennis hopes 
to attend Newman Prep and then contem- 
plates a career as an English teacher follow- 
ing his graduation from Bridgewater State 
...can often be found now at a cash register 
at Bradlee's. 



LAURIE A. MEHRMAN 

An attractive girl with a personality to 
match. ..certain to be a success with her pa- 
tients as a licensed practical nurse... loves to 
ice skate. 

Pep Club 10 



SANDRA L. MELL 

Agile and athletic... Sandy's main interest 
lies in gymnastics. ..plans to attend Bridge- 
water State College and then teach physical 
education. 

H. R. Mesngr. 10, 12; Honor Roll 10; 
Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Cheerleader 11; 
Cap & Gown Comm. 12; Pep Club 12 



VIRGINIA J. MERCHANT 

Quiet, serious, and a good worker. ..Jo will 
grace some office as a secretary... in her 
spare time she may be found reading or 
swimming. ..enjoys American History. ..dis- 
likes bossy people and practicalities. 

High Honors 11; Sr. Nom. Comm. 



DONALD E. MEYER, JR. 

Don was very quiet when asked to describe 
himself. He said when not in school he 
spends his time working in a box factory... 
after graduation Don hopes to attend 
Burden to become an accountant. 





PATRICIA A. MICHALSKI 

Quiet.. .Pat plans to be an X-ray technician 
...works part time at a cleaners. ..spends her 
spare time reading... likes sports, books, 
cars, and dancing... dislikes liver. 

Equestrian Club 11; Teachers' Convention 
11; One Act Play 11; Teachers' Tea 



THEODORE A. MICHALSKI 

Good-natured and fun to be with. ..Ted 
hopes to attend college and become a com- 
mercial artist... pi ays the guitar with the 
Marauders. ..dislikes fish. ..likes blueberry 
pie and hot rods. 





VINCENT S. MILLS, JR. 

Good-natured, school spirited, and sports- 
minded. ..hopes to attend Northeastern or 
B.C. and become a business accountant... 
Vinnie enjoys all sports, especially track 
and hockey. ..an avid Bruins and Patriots 
fan. 

Track 11; Ski Club 12; Grad. Dance 
Comm. 12 



ARTHUR J. MILMORE 

Even tempered. ..Arthur's future lies in the 
field of electronics. ..in his spare time hemay 
be found enjoying boating and music... 
helping defend his country's freedom by 
serving in the Naval Reserves. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Office Guide 11 




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CARLA J. MONTGOMERY 

Quiet, good-natured, and easy to get along 
with. ..undecided between business school 
and home economics.. .when not at home 
cooking or sewing, Carla may be found 
bowling or swimming. ..dislikes homework. 

Fashion Show 10; H. R. Mesngr. 11; One 
Act Play 11 



MARY \Y. MONTGOMERY 

Known for her good sense of humor... 
Mary's interest lies in home economics... 
member of Liberal Religious Youth. ..enjoys 
cooking. 

Chorus 10, 11; Fashion Show 10; Fashion 
Show Usherette 11; F.H.A. V. Pres. 11, 
Pres. 12; Honors 11 





TIMOTHY J. MONTGOMERY 

Popular and well-rounded. ..Tim anticipates 
a future in law or politics. ..enjoys skiing 
and reading. ..likes people. 

Student Council 10, V. Pres. 11, Pres. 12; 
Football 10, 11; Honors 1 1; Junior Usher; 
Opening Ex. 11, 12; Debate Club 12; Eval- 
uation Comm. Guide 12; Sr. Class V. Pres. 



JAMES L MOORE 

Sports, sports, sports.. Jim enjoys them all, 
especially wrestling. ..a career in the Navy 
is his dream. ..becomes peeved at girls who 
block corridors while talking. 

Wrestling 10, 11, 12 




JANICE E. MOORE 

An enthusiastic and expert horseback rider 
and water skier. ..Janice's future plans in- 
clude becoming a secretary, .her boss will 
appreciate her diligence and quick thinking. 

Honors 10, 11; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; 
Mr. Rust's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



KATHLEEN V. MOORE 

Kathy . a vivacious girl who enjoys bowl- 
ing... to become a legal secretary is her goal. 

Intramurals 10; Pep Club 10; H. R. Mesngr. 
10; Opening Ex. 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Short- 
hand Cert. 60, 80; Ass't. Sec't. for Mr. 
Powers 11; Mr. Longridge's Sec't. 12; Sr. 
Prom Comm. 



RICHARD L. MOORHOUSE 

Dick...a studious individual who dislikes 
conformity. . interested in government... a 
member of DeMolay. 

Chess Club 10; Debate Team 10; High 
Honors 11; Mock Election 12; Key Club 
12; English Club 12; Sr. One Act Play; 
Wrestling 12 



CAROL A. MORGAN 

Carol plans to become a medical secretary 
...is employed at Sears as a telephone opera- 
tor.. .knitting is a favorite pastime, but she 
also enjoys swimming. 

Mrs. Thomas' Sec't. 12; Basketball 10; 
Opening Ex. 10; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 



RICHARD K. MORAX 

Works at Howard Johnson's, so he doesn't 
have much time for extracurricular activities 
...Rich likes math and hopes to work with it 
as an accountant.. .says cars with dead bat- 
teries particularly annoy him. 

Cap & Gown Comm. 12 



JAMES E. MORLEY 

A neat and quiet boy. ..an active participant 
in C.Y.O....when not in school, Jimmy likes 
to keep physically fit by playing football, 
basketball, and baseball. ..after graduation 
he intends to join the Navy. 




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FRANCIS VINCENT MORRISON, JR. 

Vin...a quiet and studious boy. ..enjoys par- 
ticipating in many different sports.. .heplans 
to attend the Massachusetts Maritime Acad- 
emy after graduating. 

Spring Track 10; Gymnastics 10; Sr. Play 
Comm. 10, 12; Football 11, 12 



MARIE E. MORSE 

With her sincerity and industry Marie will 
make a successful teacher. 

Reflector H. R. Rep. 10; Honors 10; Gym 
Team 10; Opening Ex. 10; Pep Club 10, 
11, 12; Sr. One Art Play; Tchr's. Convent. 
Guide 11; Campus Sr. Staff 12; Sr. Nom. 
Comm.; Cap & Gown Comm.; Eng. Club 
12; F.T.A. 12 



STEVEN R. MORROW 

Steve is rather quiet but always smiling... 
outside school he belongs to a model rail- 
road club, church groups, and does a lot of 
skindiving. After graduation he will join 
the Navy. 



KATHLEEN MOTT 

Works at Rainbow Cleaners after school... 
quietly thoughtful. ..Kathy's future holds a 
steno pad and typewriter after she completes 
study at Chandler's. 

Fashion Show 10; Mrs. Kalaijian's Sec't. 12 






DANIEL T. MULLEN 

A member of C.Y.O....has an aversion to 
traffic... brightens the day of everyone he 
meets. ..the future may find Danny shaking 
hands as a politician. 

Football 1, 11; Kev Club 12; Reflector 
H. R. Rep. 12 



KATHLEEN MULVANEY 

She'll cheer her patients with her happy 
smile.. .Kathy hopes to go into nursing and 
become an R.N....Secretary of her C.Y.O.... 
quiet and very pleasant. 






Sopnomores, although separated from the main school, are a very real part of 
Weymouth High School. They are the upper classmen's support now and will 
comprise the leadership of tomorrow. 




LINDA M. MURCH 

Enthusiastic in whatever she does. ..in her 
spare time Linda loves to play tennis and 
to bowl. ..will strike success as an accountant 
after attending Burdett. 

Opening Ex. 10; Basketball 10; Pep Club 
10; Shorthand Cert. 60; F.B.L.A. 



JAMES M. MURPHY 

Eager, enthusiastic tennis player and mem- 
ber of N.E.L.T. A.. ..Always happy and 
ready to lend a helping hand. ..Jimmy plans 
to enter the field of math. 

Tennis Team 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11; 
Campus Sports Ed. 12; Jr. Usher 






LOUISE F. MURPHY 

A C.Y.O. member.. .Murf loves waterskiing 
but dislikes waiting for people.. .talkative 
will skillfully style coiffures after completing 
courses at Mansfield Academy. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Basketball 10; F.B.LA. 
11; Jr. Party Comm.; Graduation Dance 
Comm. 



JOAN M. MURRAY 

An easy-going person. ..Joan looks forward 
to a career as a statistical clerk.. .a C.Y.O. 
member. She enjoys bowling. 

Pep Club 10, 11; F.B.LA. 10 



ROBERT O. F. NELSON" 

College is next., then a decision between en- 
gineering and teaching for his career... Bob 
is a jovial person who enjoys football and 
bowling... interested in history. 



GRACE C. MURRAY 

Grace works as a nurse "s aide at a nursing 
home.. .is considering becoming a bookkeep- 
er. 

Soph. Party Comm.; F.N. A. 11; Reflector 
Sect. 12; Honors 10. 11 



JOHN S. MURRAY 

A comical, fun-loving person.. .will make 
his career that of a Certified Public Account- 
ant. John enjoys participation in all sports, 
especially football and bowling. 



EDITH E. NEWELL 

Squeaky . .enjoys Softball and ice skating... 
warm and personable. ..wants to keep house 
after graduation. 

Pep Club 10, 12; Cafeteria Worker 11 



DEBORAH E. NICHOLLS 

Debbie.. .considerate and courteous... hopes 
for a future in teaching.. .is considering the 
Peace Corps. 

Honors 10, 11; Cheerleader 11, 12; Sr. 
Prom Comm.; Student Council 12; Reflector 
Rep. 10, 11; Gym Team 11; Jr. One Act 
Play; Evaluating Comm. Guide; Campus 12 



NANCY A. NICHOLSON 

Nance... an unshakably pleasant disposition 
...active in C.Y.O. ...enjoys tennis. ..sees nurs- 
ing in her future. 

Pep Club 10; Soph. Party Comm.; F.N. A. 
10; Campus Sales Staff 11, 12; Sr. Party 
Comm. 





MARILYN NICKERSON 

Nicky. ..enjoys sewing... this civic-minded 
girl hopes to be a nurse after graduation. 

H. R. Mesngr. 10; Soph. Nom. Comm.; 
Reflector 10, 12; Library Staff 10, 12; Hon- 
ors 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; J.M.S.Y.C. 12 



MERLE E. NOD DIN 

Friendly... enjoys all sports. ..especially base- 
ball.. .Merle is sure to get to first base as an 
autobody mechanic. 

Open House 10, 11. 12 





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MICHAEL J. NORVE 

Works as a cook at 7-E's.. .enjoys hunting... 
Mike is aiming for an education at a chefs' 
school. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Office Duty 11, 12 



WILLIAM A. NUGENT, JR. 

Bill.. .astute and quick-witted. ..enjoys sports, 
chess, and reading. ..hopes to become a 
chemist after college. 

Band 10, 11; Chess Club 1 1, 12; Electronics 
Club 11; Tutor 12; Honors 10, 11 



[ANTS A. NOVAK 

Jan will attend college in preparation for 
becoming an elementary grades teacher... 
industrious, quiet, sincere... sings in church 
choir. ..ham radio fan. ..plays hard in sports. 

Am. H.S. Poetry Press Award; F.T.A. 11, 
12; English Club 12; Debate Club 12; Elec- 
tion Day Committee 



EVELYN R. O'BRIEN 

Member of C.Y.O.... works as a cashier. 
Lynne plans to become a computer pro- 
grammer after college. 

Honors 10, 11; Pep Club 11; Debate Club 
11; English Club 11; Math Club 11; Jr. 
One Act Play; Election Day Comm. 12 



FRANCIS X. O'BRIEN 

Frank... a real riot who is sincere and friend- 
ly. ..laughs easily. ..hopes to become a truck- 
driver after graduation. 



LINDA D. O'BRIEN 

Lind will attend college and become a medi- 
cal lab technician. ..likes sports and is active 
in Softball and basketball. ..dislikes foreign 
languages... quiet and athletic. 

Honors 11 





ROBERT J. O'BRIEN 

Bob will go on to a higher education and 
take up bookkeeping... enjoys sports, espe- 
cially football... likes food and music... 
friendly and likeable. 



PAUL A. O'CALLAGHAN 

Paul. ..friendly and loyal... enjoys sports and 
biology.. .an outdoor man. After gradua- 
tion he will enter junior college and then do 
conservation work. 

Biology Club 10 





EDWARD G. O'CONNOR 

Eddie.. .talkative by nature.. .he now works 
in a dentist's office and hopes to enter the 
field of dentistry after college. 

Honors 10; Opening Exercises 11 



KATHRYN E. O'HEARN 

Sincere and quiet. ..enjovs basketball and 
volunteer work. Always ready to help 
others, Kate hopes to teach history after 
college. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; English 
Club 12; Honors 10. 11 





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RONALD P. OKKRFELT 

Ronnie., comical by nature.. .his varied 
interests include sports, especially hockey, 
the accordian, and scuba diving. He hopes 
to enter the field of orthodontia after gradu- 
ation. 



STANLEY F. OLIVER 

Serious and helpful... very friendly... active 
in De.\Iolay...Stan hopes to enter college 
after graduation. 

Honors 10, 11; Chorus 12; Photography 
Club 12 



JANET P. O'LEARY 

Cheerful and always full of fun, except when 
she must get up early... active in C.Y.O.... 
Janet hopes to find a future in curlers and 

clips. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12 



CHRISTINE M. OLSEN 

Chris. ..friendly and likeable.. .enjoys horse- 
back riding. ..now does volunteer work at a 
hospital. She hopes to enter the field of 
nursing after graduation. 

Chorus 10; Pep Club 10, 12 





SUSAN E. OLSEN 

Hun-loving Sue is always smiling.. .active in 
Rainbow. ..enjoys horseback riding.. .now 
does volunteer work at a hospital... sees 
nursing in her future. 

Opening Exercises 10; Pep Club 10, 12 




The impact of words on society and the individual receives its due in the reading 
laboratory. What better way for the student to find himself than to use the 
printed record of the best minds ! The individual utilizes the experience of the 
ages to find himself. 



GEORGE CNEIL 

A friendly and likeable boy with many 
interests... in his spare time he enjoys water 
skiing... after completion of college, Judd 
hopes to become an electronical engineer... 
sure to ride the wave of success with his 
future career. 




JANET E. ORFANELLO 

Friendly and energetic... Jan's cheerful smile 
is sure to brighten her future classrooms. 
Outside of school she is kept busy working 
at a drug store. 

Cheerleader 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Chorus 
12; Reflector Sales Staff 11; Campus Sales 
Staff 11, 12 



JOHN F. O'SHAUGHNESSY 

An active and friendly boy who always 
enjoys playing hockey. ..Jack hopes to con- 
tinue his schooling after graduation and 
enter the business field. ..always active in 
C.Y.O. 

Baseball 10; Hockey 10, 11, 12 




JOHN M. OTOOLE 

A co-operative and happy boy. ..John hopes 
to enter college and major in engineering... 
keeps busy in his spare time playing sports, 
especially golf and basketball and also 
working at a drug store. ..dislikes snobby 
people. 

Sacred Heart High School 10; Basketball 
10 



RONALD OUELLET 

Ron wants to continue his studies at college 
...always enjoys participating in sports, par- 
ticularly wrestling... active in C.Y.O. and 
Y.M.C.A. 

Honors 11; Track 10, 11, 12; Jr. One Act 
Play; Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11, 
12 



DAVID E. OUELLET 

A jovial and good-natured boy... Dave 
wants to continue his studies at college 
where he will major in engineering... active 
in C.Y.O. and Y.M.C.A. 

Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Cafeteria Worker 10; 
Sr. Prom Comm.; Football 10, 11; Cross 
Country 12 



ELIZABETH J. PACCIORETTI 

A friendly and co-operative girl. ..Betty 
plans to attend night school, then her future 
lies in a secretarial position. Outside school 
she is active in C.Y.O. 

Honors 10, 11; Miss Cooksey's Sec't. 12; 
Pep Club 11; Basketball 10; F.B.L.A. 12 






EVELYN I. PALSIC 

A sincere person who is a member of the 
Weymouth Grange.. .Evie hopes to be em- 
ployed in the insurance business after grad- 
uation. She enjoys herself in and out of 
school. She can always be found at home 
cooking some exciting new recipes. 

Riding Club 12 



ROSE MARIE PARDO 

A happy and cheerful personality. ..Pinky is 
sure to brighten up the faces of her future 
patients. Outside of school she actively does 
volunteer work at the hospital. 

Honors 10; F.N. A. 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Short- 
hand Cert. 60 






SHARON L. PARNABY 

Sharon has a wide field of interests. She 
aspires to become a secretary. Besides par- 
ticipating very actively in Rainbow, she also 
loves to skim the waves water-skiing. 

Pep Club 10; Shorthand Cert. 60; F.B.L.A. 
12; Cap & Gown Comm.; Mr. Perry 's Sec't. 



JANICE C. PATTEN 

A friendly and co-operative girl in and out 
of school.. Jan hopes to continue school and 
become a medical secretary , .loves to travel. 

Honors 10, 11; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 11; Mr. West's Sec't.; Opening Ex. 
10; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; 
Shorthand Cert. 60, 80, 100; Soph. Nom. 
Comm.; Soph. Party Comm.; Basketball 
Intramurals 10 





PATRICIA A. PATTERSON 

A cheerful girl who aspires to become a 
nurse.. .with her happy smile Pat will bright- 
en up her future patients... active in dancing 
and C.Y.O. 

Student Council 10; Pep Club 10, 11; Grad- 
uation Dance Committee 



PETER A. PAWUK 

Friendly yet quiet.. .Pete likes to hunt and 
bowl. ..will strike success as an auto body 
mechanic. 

Open House 10. 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; 
Sr. Party Comm. 



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ROBERT C. PEARSONS 

Bob hopes to enter into business after grad- 
uation, probably in the merchandise field of 
selling and buying. ..he eagerly awaits every 
weekend when he can plav hockey or ski on 
a white mountain slope... active as a rifle 
assistant. 



JUDITH E. PEDERSEN 

Judy. ..wants to attend Bridgewater State 
and then become a teacher...a serious-mind- 
ed girl who dislikes conceited people. 

Chorus 10, 11; Pep Club 10, 11; Reflector 
11; F.T.A. 11 





RAYMOND G. PELLETIER 

A likeable and funny personality - Bud 
plans to continue his schooling at a college 
after graduation. ..actively participates in 
C.Y.O. basketball.. .will be a definite success 
in whatever field he majors in college. 



RODNEY A. PERRY 

A sports enthusiast and member of the 
Naval Reserve... Rod will become an elec- 
tronic technician after graduation. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



W ARREN L. PERRY 

His curiosity will help Warren to be a 
success in the security commission of the 
Navy in the future.. .he is active in his 
church youth fellowship. 

Office Guide 10, 11; Cafeteria 10, 11, 12; 
Audio-Visual Aids Club 10, 11, 12 



GERALDINE C. PETERSON 

Gerry likes to have a good time.. .can often 
be found at the bowling alleys. ..does not 
like to study. ..hopes to do secretarial work 
for a living and is preparing for it by active 
membership in the F.B.L.A. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Murphy's Sec't. 12 



JOHN J. PETTINGELL 

A draft board will help Johnnv earn success 
as a draftsman or he'll make the Navy his 
career... likes football. ..does not like girls 
who smoke. ..works at Woolworth's so he 
does not have the time for school activities. 



LAURA J. PHILLIPS 

Laura's future will be devoted to ocean 
study. ..she will dive to a career in marine 
biology. ..is always talking. ..likes to travel 
extensivelv... dislikes impolite boys. 

Chorus 10; Pep Club 12; Honors 10 





JAMES J. PICA 

Can be found bowling in his spare time... 
Jim anticipates a career in construction 
work...possiblv a bulldozer operator. 

Open House 10, 11. 12; Office Duty 11, 12; 
Cafeteria 12; Evaluation Comm. 



ELIZABETH A. PIERSON 

Her good nature and experience in working 
as an aide at the South Shore Hospital is 
sure to make her successful as a practical 
nurse.. .Betty is active in C.Y.O... .likes to 
read, ice skate, and eat clams. ..dislikes peo- 
ple who walk slowlv in the corridors. 

Pep Club 10, 11 





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LINDA A. PITTS 

Pins and rollers enhance Linda's future as 
a hairdresser. ..she likes to go horseback 
riding and water skiing. ..dislikes people 
who pass in all their homework. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11; Girls' 
Gymnastics 10 



FARA M. PLATTEEL 

Patients will play an active part in Fara's 
future as a nurse at Boston City Hospital... 
she likes to go bowling and to the movies. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Girls' Gymnastics 10, 
12; Ski Club 12 



ROBERT E. PITTS 

Very friendly, yet serious... Bob likes every- 
body', especially girls. ..is active in all sports 
...has a keen interest in football. ..hopes to 
find his future on the sea, in a career in the 

U. S. Navy. 



RALPH S. POLAND 

A leader of his class. ..can be found playing 
the drums for the Travelles...Rach will be- 
come a printer. 

Football 10; Open House 10, 11, 12; Office 
Duty 10, 11, 12; Cafe. 10, 11, 12; Pres., 
W.V.T.H.S. 



KENNETH D. POWERS 

Ken hopes to attend college and go into 
government work in physical therapy. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11; Chairman 12; Tutor 11, 
12; Baseball Team 10, 11, 12; Basketball 
10; Jr. LIsher; Campus 11, 12; Gymnastics 
11; Wrestling Team 12; Jr. Nom. Comm.; 
Sr. Nom. Comm.; High Honors 10 



LINDA POWERS 

Linda plans to attend a business school... 
does not have any particular school in 
mind. ..would like to work as a secretary 
after graduation. ..her years at Weymouth 
have been well-spent. 





MARSHA E. PRATT 

Chips is gaining experience in leadership to 
be a teacher through being president of 
L.R. V.. ..works at Sears coffee shop. ..is al- 
ways smiling and hopes to attend Bridge- 
water State College. 

Girls' Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; H. R. Mesngr. 
10; F.T.A. 11, 12; Honors 10, 11; Sr. Party 
Comm. 



HAROLD L. PUGH, JR. 

Pi is undecided about his future...a witty 
boy. ..active in the De.Molay and Explorers. 

Chess Club 10; Ski Club 12; Ham Radio 
Club 10 



RUSSELL F. PRICE 

Active in DeMolay and Explorers... Russ is 
friendly. ..likes to work on cars and mechan- 
ics. ..hopes to attend Northeastern. 

Chorus 10; Cap & Gown Comm. 12 



BRUCE J. PURDY 

Svracuse and governmental work lie in 
Bruce 's future... likes water sports. ..is active 
in DeMolay. 

Opening Ex. 10, 11; Reflector H. R. Rep. 
10; English Club 10, 11, 12; Debate Club 
11; Kev Club 11; President 12; Jr. One Act 
Play; J.M.S.V.C. 1 1, 12; Dramatic Club 11; 
Tutor 12; Sr. One Act Play; Election Day 
Comm. 12 






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EDWARD J. QUINLAN 

Eddie is employed by Sheridan's but is 
undecided about a future job.. .hopes to go 
into the Air Force.. .is active in C.Y.O. and 
belongs to D.E.C.A. 

D.E.C.A. 12 



TERRY ANN QUIRK 

Volunteering at South Shore Hospital is sure 
to help Terry as a nurse at Catherine La- 
Boure School of Nursing. ..she is friendly 
and quiet.. .active in C.Y.O. 

F.N.A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 11; Pep Club 12 




ALAX S. QUIST 

Intelligence plus a lively sense ofhumor...Al 
will be a math-science major at college... 
works as a cashier in a supermarket.. .be- 
longs to his church basketball team. 

Band 10, 11; Math Club 10, 12; Orchestra 
11, 12; Honors 10, 11 



BARBARA A READE 

Barbie will be found in the Air Force after 
nursing school.. .her pleasant personality 
will win her friends wherever she goes . .she 
enjoys reading and music. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; F.N.A. 11, 12; Campus 
Lit. Staff 12; Election Day Comm. 12; 
Honors 1 1 



NANCY A. RAY 

F'riendly and sincere.. .Nance's future lies in 
secretarial work. ..will first study at Chand- 
ler. ..plays church basketball. She likes al- 
most everything. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; 
Glee Club 12; Mr. Cleaves' Sec't. 12; Cap 
& Gown Comm. 



ELIZABETH P. REID 

Liz hopes to enter the field of merchandising 
...her pleasant personality will greatly help 
her. ..annoyed by people who don't use their 
common sense. 

D.E.C.A. 12 



JOHN W. REID, JR. 

Quiet... a member of the Naval Reserve... 
Willie anticipates a career in printing. 

Track 10; Guide 10, 11, 12; Open House 
10, 11, 12; Office Duty 12; Corridor Dutv 
12 



ALAN E. RICH 

Friendly... enjoys all sports. ..especially bowl- 
ing and football.. .plans to enter the Navy... 
possibly study electronics. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



ELIZABETH E. REYNOLDS 

Pleasant and friendly... Betty will work after 
graduation... belongs to her church fellow- 
ship. ..clever with a needle and thread... 
she'll be a good homemaker. 

Chorus 10; F.H.A. 11, 12 



PAMELA M. RICHARDS 

Cheerful and co-operative.. .Pam will go to 
night school after graduating... then plans a 
career in bookkeeping... after school she's 
active in C.Y.O. 

Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 11; F.H.A. 11; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Campus Sec't. 12; Honors 11 





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DIAXE M. RICHARDSON 

Pleasant Diane hopes to attend college... 
plavs on her church basketball team. . .swim- 
ming is a favorite pastime.. .she dislikes 
people who act conceited. 

Honors 10, 11; Reflector H. R. Rep. 12 



SANDRA J. RICHARDSON 

Secretarial school lies ahead for Sandy after 
graduation... sure to be successful. ..dislikes 
conceited people. 

Reflector H. R. Rep. 11; Shorthand Cert. 
60, 80; Mr. Dows Sec't. 12 





BERNARDINE RILEY 

Friendly Bernie will be found up in the 
clouds as a stewardess.. .belongs to her 
church youth group. 

Pep Club 10; Campus Sales Staff 12; Ski 
Club 12 



JUDITH E. RINELLA 

Judy will be found dressed in white.. .she 
hopes to become a nurse.. .works in a drug- 
store., .bowling is a favorite pastime. 

Pep Club 10; Girls' Basketball 10; Gym 
Team 10; F.N. A. 11, 12; Honors 10 



EDWARD A. RINELLA, JR. 

A good sense of humor... Eddie plans to 
continue his education at college... works 
after school... likes all sports... is a good 
sport himself... he will be successful in what- 
ever field he enters. 

Chess Club 10 



SUSAN L. RINELLA 

A very friendly person. ..Suze will make a 
good hairdresser.. .works part-time. ..thinks 
Thunderbirds are tops. 

Swimming Team 10; Gvm Team 10; Short- 
hand Cert. 60; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 
11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Mr. DiSessa's 
Sect. 12 






The machine of the future for a long time to come. The business department of 
the new high school prepares these students to meet the modern business world 
by providing modem equipment and u-to-date working techniques. 



MARILYN A. RISTUCCIA 

Marilyn is always pleasant and friendly... 
she will either go to art school or become a 
hairdresser. ..works at Stop & Shop. ..drill 
team is one of her many activities... she's 
also active in C.Y.O. 



THOMAS A. RITCHIE 

Tom is rather quiet about himself. .plans to 
be an accountant. ..he belongs to C.Y.O... .is 
sure to be successful. 

Opening Exercises 10; Chorus 11; Grad. 
Dance Comm. 





DAVID A. ROACH 

David came to Weymouth from California 
in his junior year. ..plans to go into commer- 
cial or military aviation. ..enjoys skating, 
sports, cars, and machines. 

Science Club 10; Math Club 12 



CARL M ROBKRTS, JR. 

Loves the challenge of math. ..Carl hopes to 
enter the field of space.. .works at the First 
National in East Weymouth. ..enjoys build- 
ing clipper ships. 

Track 10; Chess Club 10; Football 10; 
Campus Sales Staff 11; Math Club 11; 
Tennis 11; Student Council 12 



SUSAN L ROBKRTS 

Horseback riding occupies most of her 
spare time . .Sue is an enthusiastic fan of the 
Beatles, with special admiration for Ringo 
...her future lies in beautifying women's 
hair. 

F.B.L.A. 12 



CHRISTINE ROAEN 

Cheerful and friendly. ..Chris will enliven 
any classroom. ..she plans to be a teacher... 
she fills her spare time with working. 

Soph. Party Comm. 10; Pep Club 10, 11; 
Ski Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 
12 



GEORGE T. ROBERTS 

Quiet and pleasant... a career in merchan- 
dising lies in George's future. ..to own a 
Corvette is his dream. 



AUDREY G. ROGERS 

With her cheerful personality Audrey is 
sure to succeed in the secretarial field... a 
quiet girl, she shows commercial interest as 
a member of business clubs. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 12 



NORA C. ROMANO 

Nora. ..friendly and cheerful... will be an 
asset to the Peace Corps... enjoys bowling 
and dancing.. .a member of C.Y.O. 

Library Assistant 10, 11, 12 



LINDA E. ROSADO 

Lynn... friendly and pleasant... aspires to 
become a metallurgist. ..participates in 
sports. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Chess Club 10, 11; Ski 
Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Coin Club 10, 11; 
Public Speaking 10, 11; Reflector 11 



JOYCE B. ROONEY 

Joyce.. .friendly and witty. . plans to enter 
I.B.M. school... participates in dancing and 
sports outside of school. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Fa- 
shion Show 10; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Campus 
Sales Staff 12 



BRIAN A. ROSATI, JR. 

Future plans are undecided. ..Rosie says he 
likes everything, especially scuba diving. 





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JANYCE E. ROSE 

Janyce plans to attend Mansfield Beauty 
Academy. ..her attractiveness andquietman- 
ner will grace any beauty salon. In her free 
time, she enjoys dancing. 

Basketball 10; F.B.L.A. 11 



NANCY C. ROSE 

Nancy. ..would like to be employed as a 
private secretary upon graduation. 

Fashion Show 10; Basketball 10; F.B.L.A. 
11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 80; Opening Exer- 
cises 11; Mr. Dwver's Sec't. 12 





ROBERT R. ROSE 

Bob. ..still unsure about future plans... 
expects they will include some additional 
education... doesn't mind physical work, but 
doesn't appreciate long periods of the men- 
tal kind. ..cars and companionship impor- 
tant. 



MARGUERITE ROSEBACH 

Margie.. .plans to work as a secretary next 
year... a member of C.Y.O.... likes everything. 

Honors 10, 11; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Glee Club 12; Mrs. Dim- 
ent's Sec't. 12; Sr. Party Comm. 



CHARLES P. ROSS 

Quiet and neat.. .Charlie is very conscien- 
tious about his future.. .hopes to enroll in 
college and later become a Naval officer. 

Library Assistant 11 



DAVID F. RUBBO 

Dave is always seen with a happy smile... 
college and a career in engineering are in 
his future plans. ..water sports are tops with 
him. 

Cap & Gown Comm. 12; H. R. Rep. 10; 
Ski Club 12 




NICHOLAS M. RUBBO 

Nick is an ambitious fellow who works after 
school. ..it will be "anchors aweigh" for 
him when he joins Uncle Sam's Navy fol- 
lowing his graduation. ..has a passion for 
cars, particularly old Fords, but dislikes 
Chevys. 



JEFFREY W. RUHR 

Jeff intends to enter the service after gradua- 
tion. ..the Air Force is his tentative choice... a 
member of DeMolay...he enjoys skiing and 
singing in choral groups. 



CATHERINE E. RUDDER 

Cathy... will work as a secretary after grad- 
uation... a member of C.Y.O.... enjoys 
skating, basketball, and tennis. ..dislikes 
snobby people. 

Mr. Ryder's Sec't.; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 11; V. Pres. 12; Shorthand Cert. 
80; Jr. One Act Play; Opening Ex. 11 



BRUCE A. RUSHFORTH 

Works at the A & L SawdustShop... trained 
in the use of a hammer and saw. ..Bruce will 
become a carpenter or enter the Navy Sea 
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DEBORAH A. RYAN 

Debbie.. .plans to become a teacher... belongs 
to the Y. where she is training to be a swim- 
ming instructor. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12;F.T.A. 11, 12; Campus 
Sales Staff 11, 12 



ANNE L. ST. PETER 

Anne.. .plans a future in speech therapy... 
Secretary of her C.Y.O. 

Soph. Nom. Comm.; Soph. Party Comm.; 
Opening Ex. 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Eng- 
lish Club 12; F.T.A. 11; Campus Sales Staff; 
Sr. Nom. Comm.; High Honors 10 




DIANE H. SALVI 

Di...a future secretary... loves to bowl and 
skate. ..is peeved by students who walk slow- 
ly in corridors. 

Reflector H. R. Rep. 10, 11; Shorthand 
Cert. 80 



CAROL J. SANDBLOM 

Friendly and good-natured... in her spare 
time Carol enjoys music, dancing, and read- 
ing.. .will soon be seen hard at work behind 
a secretary's desk. 

F.B.L.A. 11, Treas. 12; Campus Sec'L 12 



Feeding the troops at the Weymouth High School Annex. The cafeteria program 
in our Weymouth schools offers a diverse menu for the varied tastes of its stu- 
dents. The lunch period offers a refreshing break from the intensive classes and 
gives the students time to talk about their day's activities. 




PHILIP E. SAMMER 

Friendly and efficient.. .Phil hopes to be a 
teacher of French and German. ..very active 
in Scouts and Air Explorers. ..enjoys writing 
and swimming in his spare time.. .dislikes 
stalling in the corridors. 

Reflector Lit. Staff 10, 11, 12; Gymnastics 
10, 11 



ELIZABETH M. SANDS 

Enjoys sewing and all sports... Betty will 
soon be found punching the keys of an 
I.B.M. machine... Treasurer of M.Y.F.... dis- 
likes conceited people. 

Fashion Show 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Pep Club 12 



S. MICHAEL SARACENO 

Mike always looks on the bright side.. .he 
has high hopes for art schooL..a member of 
C.Y.O. and a student at Massachusetts Art 
School... dislikes crowded places. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Jr. One Act Play; 
Reflector Art Staff 12 



ELAINE M. SCAGNOLI 

Elaine is undecided about her future, but 
sure that she loves to dance.. .a member of 
C.Y.O. and the Grange... frowns on conceit- 
ed people. 




THERESA SCHELL 

Terry... clips and rollers will be the tools of 
her trade. ..Terry's future lies in beautifying 
women's hair. ..is disturbed by people who 
talk about others. 

Library Staff 10, 11 



THOMAS A. SCHLIEFF 

Sociable and always joking.. .a welcome 
addition to any group... Tom hopes to at- 
tend Bentlev and then become a Certified 
Public Accountant... an active member of 
De.Molay. 

Track 11 





THOMAS J. SCIOSCIA 

A quiet but friendly boy. ..Tom hopes to 
make electronics in the Air Force his future 
career. ..enjoys participation in all sports, 
especially basketball and football.. .sure to 
enjoy his future career in the service. 



BARBARA ANNE SCOTT 

Very shy and quiet... Barbara Anne is unde- 
cided about her future plans. ..she'll either 
go to nursing school or become an airline 
stewardess.. .a member of Rainbow. 



EDWARD SCOPPETTUOLO 

Intelligent... Eddie enjoys bowling... hopes to 
attend either U. of Mass. or Northeastern 
and major either in biology or in engineer- 
ing... will be successful in either field. 

Student Council 10; H. R. Mesngr. 10; 
Honors 10, 11; Junior Usher; English Club 
12 



NANCY E. SEIFERT 

Neat and attractive... Nancy will be loved 
and respected by her future students. ..an 
active member of C.Y.O.... serves on the 
council of C.Y.O. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Sr. Party Comm. 





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RUSSELL A. SEIAVOOD 

An avid nature lover.. .Selly enjoys skin- 
diving and will continue in this field after 
graduation. ..hopes someday to bean ocean- 
ographer... active in Explorers. 



JOHN J. SERAFINI 

Friendly and fun-loving. ..after graduation 
Jack will enter the service, either the Ma- 
rines or Navy. ..in his spare time he enjoys 
all sports, especially football, basketball, 
and hockev. 



JOHN L. SENTERS 

John is now training for auto body repair 
work. ..active in sports, including hockev, 
and football. ..swimming is his best, though 
...other interests are cars and girls. 

Student Council 11, 12; Open House 10; 
Football 11; Wrestling 11 



JAMES R. SHALLOW 

Jimmv... well-dressed, neat, and athletic... 
hopes to attend the University of Florida.. . 
enjoys all sports, especially bowling and 
football. 

Football 10, 11; Baseball 10. 11: Gymnas- 
tics 10, 1 1; Sr. Prom Comm. 



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KAREN E. SHEA 

Friendly and pleasant. ..Kar anticipates a 
career as a secretary ...in her spare time she 
enjoys skating, both roller and ice... dislikes 
people who say, '"Forget it". 

Basketball Intramurals 10; Shorthand Cert. 
80; Miss Angler's Sec't. 12 



VIRGINIA J. SHEA 

Sincere and mischievous. ..Ginny is unde- 
cided between airline, secretarial, and gov- 
ernment work after graduation... a member 
of C.Y.O. and the Civil Air Patrol. 

A.V. 10, Sec't. 11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60; 
Miss Dunning's Sec't. 12; Pep Club 12; 
H. R. Mesngr. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 




BARBARA A. SHEEHAN 

Known for her happy disposition and warm 
personality. Barb enjoys dancing and 
hopes to someday become either a dance in- 
structor or a secretary... likes happy and 
sincere people. 



ROBERT R. SHEEHAN 

Interested in sports, especially hockey and 
football... after George graduates from high 
school, he hopes to attend either Boston 
College or Boston State.. .enjoys going to 
parties. 

Hockey 10, 11. 12 



DANIEL J. SHEEHAN 

Athletically inclined and known for his well- 
rounded personality. ..in his spare time Joe 
enjoys all sports especially hockey and 
baseball. ..will someday be found teaching 
physical education. 



LILLIAN M. SHEPARD 

Friendly... after graduation Lil plans to be a 
stenographer and bookkeeper... when not in 
school she may be found horseback riding 
or tinkering on cars. ..is annoyed by con- 
ceited people. 

F.B.L.A. 12 



GERALDINE E. SHERRY 

Considerate of the feelings of others. ..in her 
spare time Gerry enjoys horseback riding... 
works part-time as a waitress at Wool- 
worth's.. .hopes someday to be a secretary... 
dislikes tardy people. 



CAROL E. SHIPPEE 

Busy and musical. ..plans to study organ 
and choral conducting at Oberlin Conserva- 
tory of Music. .active in church work. 

Chorus Accompanist 10, 11, 12; Chorale 
11, 12; High Honors 10. 11; Jr. One Act 
Play; English Club 11; Talent Show 11; 
Campus 12; Reflector H. R. Rep. 12 



LAURA J. SHIELDS 

Talkative... Laurie has a pleasing attitude 
toward life.. .a position as a secretary in the 
business world is next for Laurie.. .in her 
spare time she enjoys dancing.. .dislikes 
tardy people. 

Mr. Dempsey's Sec't. 12 



GLORIA D. SHUTE 

Friendly and conscientious. ..plans to study 
nursing at Mass. General Hospital. ..active 
in C.Y.O... . enjoys swimming and tennis. 

F.N.A. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, Pres. 
12; Honors 10; High Honors 11; Open 
House Guide 10; Debate Club 11; Campus 
Sr. Staff 12; Election Day Comm. 





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HELEN' SHUTE 

Friendly... after graduation Helen will be 
found working in an office... an active mem- 
ber of C.Y.O....in her spare time she enjoys 
ice skating. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12 



CAROL A. SILENZI 

Carol.. .an active member ofC.Y.O.... aspires 
to enter the business world as a stenograph- 
er.. .enjoys participating in the sport of bowl- 
ing. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 





VICTOR J. SILENZI, JR. 

Quiet and hard-working.. .ham radio is Vic's 
hobby . .being a sheet metal worker is his 
dream. 

Open House 10; Ham Radio Club 10 



ELLEN F. SILVA 

Ellen. ..very personable and sincere.. .an 
active member of C.Y.O.... plans to attend 
Boston College and become a professional 
social worker or teacher. 

Debate Club 10,12, Pres. 11; Pep Club 10, 
11, 12; Jr. Nom. Comm. 10; Campus H. R. 
Rep. 11; Honors 10; F.N. A. 12; Campus 
Features Staff 12 



BRIAN M. SILVEIRA 

Brian... a sports enthusiast who enjoys foot- 
ball and wrestling in particular.. .plans to 
attend college. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 12; Cap 
& Gown Comm. 



RONALD J. SIMMONS 

Friendly. ..in his spare time Ronald works 
at a garage and also drives a truck. After 
graduation he plans to enter the service... 
is especially interested in submarines. ..likes 
red cars. 





PHILIP G. SIMON 

Phil... an accomplished musician and mem- 
ber of the Greater Boston Youth Symphony 
...plans to put his musical abilities to use by 
teaching others the skill. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 11, 12: Chorus 
12 



JOHN P. SLAVINSKY 

Slav is a great golfer and attends C.Y.O. 
He dislikes girls that smoke... intends to 
further his education at a college or uni- 
versity after graduation. 

Honors 11; Sr. One Act Plav; Ski Club 12 





J. PATRICIA SMALL 

Trish... sweet and sincere.. .spends her spare 
time figure-skating.. .her future lies in public 
relations. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Re/lec/orH.R.Rep. 10 



EDWARD M. SMITH 

Ed. ..anticipates furthering his education in 
college. ..enjoys plaving golf. 

Winter Track 10. 11; Spring Track 10: 
Golf 11 





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ROBERT W. SPARDA 

Red would like to further his education at 
Bentley Accounting. He bowls on the Sons 
of Italy League and dislikes boring school 
subjects. 

Wrestling 11, 12; Re/lector H. R. Rep. 11; 
F.B.L.A. 12 



JANET L. SMITH 

Janet.. .a lively girl with a good sense of 
humor.. .college bound to become a medical 
secretary. 

Honors 10; Campus Sales Staff 10, 11; Pep 
Club 10; Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Cheerlead- 
er 11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60; Cap & 
Gown Comm.; Mr. Chop's Sec't. 12 



PAl'I. R. SMITH 

Paul... quiet, reserved, and intelligent... a 
member of DeMolay as well as the Wey- 
mouth Gospel Team and South Shore Mod- 
el Railroaders. ..plans to enter Barrington 
College, R.I., and become a pathologist. 

Math Club 11, 12; Electronics Club 11; 
Honors 1 1 



KENNETH G. SO USA 

Happy-go-lucky. ..enjoys life... Kenny hopes 
to study accounting at Bentley. In his spare 
time he may be found speed skating.. .active 
in C.Y.O.... likes pizza. 



SUSAN J. SPEAR 

Sue.. .always smiling. ..plans to become a 
hair stylist... an active member of Rainbow 
...has a dislike for impatient people. 



DONNELL SPILLANE, JR. 

Don. ..happy-go-lucky.. .enjoys bowling and 
dancing. ..headed for a business career in 
accounting. 

Basketball 10; Honors 10, 11; Sr. Nom. 
Comm. 

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NANCY D. STAFFORD 

Quiet... Nancy is not sure of the career she 
will enter, but she is contemplating secretar- 
ial work. In her spare time she enjoys mu- 
sic and car races. ..dislikes television. 



KAREN F. SMITH 

Karen. ..a member of C.Y.O... .enjoys sewing 
as well as bowling. In the future, she will 
be found at the controls of an I.B.M. ma- 
chine. 

Basketball 10; Fashion Show 10, 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 12; Grad. Dance 
Comm. 



DIANE L. SOLIMINI 

Diane.. .enjoys dancing. ..plans to attend 
Saint Elizabeth's to study nursing. ..a mem- 
ber of C.Y.O. 

F.N. A. 10, 11, Sec't. and Treas. 12; Pep 
Club 10, 11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



CAROL A. SOUTHER 

Tommi... enjoys music as well as bowling... 
plans to be an office worker as a typist. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 






ROBIN STANLEY 

Robin. ..sweet and personable... future plans 
undecided... may attend college or become 
and I.B.M operator. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Sr. Prom Comm. 



JANICE C. STEVENS 

Jan. ..enjoys skating, swimming, and skiing 
...plans to become a receptionist. 

Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Fashion Show 10, 
11; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; Mr. Hart- 
well's Sec't. 12; Ski Club 12 



WILLIAM C. STANLEY 

Spends spare time working on cars. ..Stan 
plans to become a cabinetmaker or join the 
Army. 

Open House 10, 11; Student Gov't. 10, 11. 
12 



JOSEPH P. STRIANO 

Joe has plans for entering the Navy. He is 
active on his C.Y.O. basketball team and 
enjoys all types of sports. Joe likes almost 
anything, including joking around. 

Reflector H. R. Rep. 10 






KENNETH W. STUART 

Ken's main interest is electronics... will make 
it his life's work. ..enjoys sports like bowling, 
shooting pool, and ping pong. 

Office Duty 11, 12; Cap & Gown Comm. 
12; Displays for Open House 10, 11 



CLAIRE L. STUDLEY 

Quiet and sincere.. .Claire would like to 
attend I.B.M. school after high school... 
goes to C.Y.O. regularly and enjoys bowl- 
ing in her spare time. 

H. R. Mesngr. 12 






The rewards for attention to detail will be obvious when these boys in the wood- 
working shop have finished their cabinet. Even during our fast-moving times, 
the product of a meticulous personality will find appreciation. 




FRANCIS T. SULLIVAN 

Skip has not decided whether to go to 
Bentley or Northeastern, but he plans to 
major in accounting. ..quiet and loves to 
read. He is a member of C.Y.O. 

Gymnastics Team 10; Honors 11; Gradua- 
tion Dance Comm. 



GERARD W. SULLIVAN 

Jerrv would like to make the field of print- 
ing his career. His favorites are anv tvpe 
of motorscooters, but very cold weather 
makes him irritable. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Office Guide 11,12; 
Sr. Prom Comm. 12 






JAMES D. SULLIVAN 

Jim's main ambition is to enforce the law as 
a state policeman. ..fun-loving by nature... 
enjoys hockey and football as outside ac- 
tivities. 



JOANNE P. SULLIVAN 

Joanne's future plans will bring her into the 
held of hair styling. She loves to bowl and 
go to dances. ..known to be sincere by her 
friends. 






RITA [. SULLIVAN 

Rita's friendliness and keen sense of humor 
have brought her many friends. She hopes 
to become a legal secretary someday. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Reflector Staff 11; Miss 
Jacobson's Sec't. 12 



RICHARD C. SZYMANSKI 

Quiet and shy... Richard will go to work in 
his father's store after he finishes high school 
...enjoys almost every sport. He has no 
particular likes or dislikes. Dick accepts 
the world with quiet dignity - 



FREDERICK T. SWETT 

Active in the Naval Reserves and DeMolay 
...likes good music and is musically inclined 
...girls' extreme hairdos irritate him. Fred 
will soon be seen under a chef's hat. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Honors 10; Chef's Club 
12; Cafeteria 10, 11 



helf:n a. taber 

Helen has a great desire to become a nurse. 
She is a friendly, happy person who is al- 
ways willing to give a helping hand. 

Pep Club 10; F.N. A. 11, 12 



LINDA L. TABER 

Linda would like to attend Robert Morris' 
School of Accounting. She has played on 
her church basketball team and has served 
as a secretary for the Church Fellowship. 

F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. Party Comm.; 
School Office Worker 



LEONARD E. TAGC 

Although Lennie did not win the election in 
"64", he very well may some day in the 
future.. .plans to major in political science 
in college.. .enjoys bowling and C.Y.O. 

Jr. Nom. Comm.; Math Club V. Pres. 11; 
Debate Club 12; Chairman of Mock Elec- 
tion 12 





MARJORIE E. TACLIERI 

Margie has high ambitions of attending 
I.B.M. school. She has a keen sense of 
humor and enjoys bowling and tennis. 

Pep Club 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12 
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MARY I. TAGUE 

Always has a ready smile to cheer everyone 
she encounters. In her spare time Irene 
likes music, reading, and sports. ..will prob- 
ably go into office work but would like to 
join the Peace Corps. 

Pep Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 






KAREN E. TAYLOR 

Because Karen is friendly and likes people, 
she will probably make a good teacher... 
outside of school she can be found square 
dancing. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; 
Chorale 11, 12; Debate Club 12; Evalua- 
tion Comm. of Mock Election 12 



CATHERINE T. TEASDALE 

Cathy's sincere personality will help her in 
the future. She plans on going on to college 
to become a teacher. 

F.N. A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; H. R. 
Mesngr. 12 





MARTHA M. TERRY 

Martha is a talkative, friendly girl with a 
wonderful sense of humor.. .she has a great 
desire to go into the theatre. 

Gym Team 10, 11, 12; English Club 10, 
11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Jr. One Act 
Play; Sr. One Act Play; Open House 11; 
Campus Sales Staff 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



JEROME E. THAYER 

Jerry's one and only interest seems to be 
cars. ..enjoys stock car racing in his spare 
time. After graduation he will continue in 
this area of interest as a race driver. 



RICHARD K. THEOBALD 

In his spare time Rick can be found work- 
ing on cars. ..plans to go into the field of 
journalism. 

Wrestling Team 11, 12 



RUSSELL E. THERIAULT 

Russ is an intelligent and hard-working 
student.. .an active sports enthusiast and 
participant.. .he works after school. College 
lies in his immediate future. 

Cap & Gown Comm. 12; Tennis Team 10, 
11, 12; Open House Guide 10; Honors 11; 
High Honors 10 





STEPHEN E. THIBAULT 

Steve is outgoing and has a great sense of 
humor. After high school he will be college 
bound. ..outside activities include C.Y.O. and 
sports . .loud girls displease him but he likes 
almost any type of food. 



DAVID M. THOMAS 

Enjoys all sports, especially swimming and 
football.. .playing the guitar leaves Michael 
little spare time.. .although his future plans 
are undecided, he is bound to be successful 
in whatever his field of endeavor. 




CHERYL L. THOMPSON 

Cherrie is a quiet and soft-spoken girl. An 
industrious and resourceful student, she is 
now looking forward to college next fall... 
is also an active member of her church 
youth group. 

Honors 10 



DORCAS \Y. THOMPSON 

Dee.. .aspires to become an English teacher 
...enjoys tennis. ..likes folk music. .dislikes 
hypocrites and prejudice. 

English Club 10, 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; 
Campus 11, Copy Editor 12; Chem. Lab 
Ass't. 11; Science Advisory Council 11; 
Tennis 11, 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11 








WILLIAM H. THOMPSON 

Bill's great sense of humor is appreciated 
by all his friends... when not in school he 
can be found riding his motorcycle... hopes 
to attend college and study medicine. 



PAULA B. TONKA 

Paula. ..petite and witty. ..plans to attend 
drama school.. .likes Barbara Streisand... 
dislikes hypocrisy. 

Sr. One Act Play; Ski Club 12; Library Ass't. 
10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; English Club 11, 
12 



CAROL L. TOTTLE 

Her keen sense of humor is enjoyed by all 
her friends... roller skating is her favorite 
pastime... dislikes getting up at 6:30. ..Carol 
will certainly be a success as a legal secre- 
tary. 

Miss Toomey's Secretary 



JOSEPH J. TODARO 

Joe.. .enjoys chess and is an avid bowler. 
He is now preparing himself for a future 
career in bookkeeping. Quiet and pensive, 
his main activities existed outside of the 
high school's programs. 

Chess Club 1 1 



LAWRENCE S. TOON 

Lawrence. ..will enter the service after gradu- 
ation. ..likes basketball... vice president ofhis 
church youth group. 

Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Gym Team 10 



DAVID E. TOWLE 

A sports enthusiast.. .working, bowling, 
water skiing, and boating are Dave's pas- 
times.. .further schooling in the electronics 
field is his dream. 



Precision, whether in the way a student works at school or an individual works 
at life, is an important part of our personality to be developed. Having de- 
veloped precision in our lives, we are better people for it. 




BARBARA E. TOWNER 

Barb... friendly and out-going.. .plans for 
college.. .a member of Rainbow and church 
choir. 

English Club 10, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
Chorus 10, 11, 12; Chorale 10, 11, 12; 
Honors 10, 11; N.E. and District Music 
Festivals; Talent Show 1 L; Jr. One Act Play; 
Reflector H. R. Rep.; Glee Club 12 



MARY E. TRANT 

Smiley. ..works at Vallas' ...dislikes two- 
faced people... Mary's friendliness and w r arm 
personality will certainly make her a suc- 
cess with her customers as a hairdresser. 





HELENE A. TRAVI 

Helene...a very quiet girl. ..will be a great 
comfort and help to her future passengers 
when she becomes an airline hostess. 



VIOLA A. TUDOR 

Vie plans to major in psychology at college 
...is a South Shore Hospital Volunteer... 
enjoys swimming and winter sports. 

Chorus 10; English Club 11; Debate Club 
11; Sr. Class Play 11; Campus Art Staff 11, 
Co-Ed. 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Sr. One Act 
Play; Teacher's Convention Guide 1 1 



CHARLES A. TURNER 

He would like to continue his education 
and eventually go into sheet-metal work. 
Outside of school he enjoys spending his 
time with the unusual hobby of hydro- 
planes. 

Student Gov't. 11, 12; Office Guide 10, 11, 
12; Open House 10 



CHARLES C. TURNER 

Charlie. ..good-natured and conscientious... 
plans to studv further in the field of chemis- 
try. ..likes tennis. 

Chess Club 10, 11, 12; Debate Club 11 




PAUL S. TURNER 

Paul. ..plans to attend a business college... a 
member of C.Y.O.... likes sports, especially 
football and baseball. 

J.M.S.V.C. 12 



KATHLEEN A. TYVOMBLEY 

Kathy... aspires to become a teacher... known 
for her pleasant smile and happy disposi- 
tion. ..member of C.Y.O. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11; Gym 
Team 11, 12; Glee Club 12; Library Ass't. 
11, 12; Debate Club 11, 12; English Club 
12; ET.A. 12 







JAMES M. TYLER 

Toby sights a Navy uniform in his future... 
a keen sense of humor and inborn talent on 
the court will assure him of many friends 
and an active life. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 12; 
Key Club 12; Spring Track 11, 12; Honors 
11 



JOHN W. VASTER 

Johnnv will build houses someday. ..now 
spends a great part of his free time working 
at Tedeschi's... collecting stamps and coins 
gives him much enjoyment. 



PHILIP F. VAN KEUREN 

Phil... might take the Hippocratic Oath after 
attending Dartmouth College.. .an intelligent 
boy who has many friends and attends De- 
Molay... dislikes long lunch lines. 

Key Club 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; Campus 
Sales Staff 11; Baseball 11, 12; High Hon- 
ors 1 1 



JOHN V. VENTRE 

A "most happy fella" who dispels gloom 
wherever he goes. ..Jack has a serious side, 
too, and he's headed for the L'niversity of 
Massachusetts after graduation. ..works at 
the S.S.C.C. where he also enjovs playing 
golf. .belongs to his C.Y.O. 





ARTHUR VIGLAS 

Outside of school Art is employed in the oil 
business. This training serves as an excel- 
lent opportunity for apprenticeship, as he 
would like to enter this business after he 
completes high school. 

Open House 11, 12 



THOMAS J. VILLANOVA 

Tom is looking forward to becoming a 
printer. His friendly, talkative manner 
should make him a popular one. His fa- 
vorite sport is hunting. 

Student Gov't. 11, 12; Open House 10, 11, 
12; Cap & Gown Comm. 12 





DAVID A. VILLENEUVE 

Dave wants to go to college but is unde- 
cided about what he wants to be . .works at 
a bakery... reliable and humorous.. .a mem- 
ber of the DeMolay... likes sports and chess. 

Cross Country 10; Winter Track 10; Spring 
Track 10; Chess 11, 12; Electronics Club 11 



ROBERTA G. VIOLETTE 

Bobbie.. .dreams of becoming an airline 
stewardess... with her sincerity and sense of 
humor she'll set many passengers at ease... 
job as a salesgirl and Rainbow keep her 

busy. 

Sophomore Party 10; F.B.LA. 10, 11, 12; 
Glee Club 12; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; Pep 
Club 10, 11, 12 





SHARON A. VIOLETTE 

Business school looms ahead for Sharon... 
she will be an asset to her future boss with 
her friendly personality and courteous man- 
ner.. .if she keeps her warm smile, she'll go 
far. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.LA. 12 



JANET E. von BERG 

Janet.. .a responsible, friendly girl. ..plans to 
attend B.U. and major in biology... enjoys 
swimming and reading in her spare time. 

Knglish Club 10, 11; Soph. Nom. Comm. 
10; N.C.T.E. Achievement Test 11; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; Campus Photography Ed. 
12; High Honors 10, 11; Bookstore 10, 11; 
Open House 10 



DOUGLAS VON IDERSTEIN 

Doug sees a bright future in engineering... 
he works in a drugstore when not attending 
P.F. or playing basketball... a fun-loving 
guy who loves sports and dislikes "loud" 
people. 

Sophomore Party 10; Sr. Prom Comm.; 
Student Council 12; Baseball 11, 12; Basket- 
ball 10 



NANCY E. VORDERER 

Nancy is a friendly girl. ..is concerned for 
her fellow man... volunteers atQuincy Hos- 
pital. ..hopes to wear a cap one day. .she 
loves water sports and enjoys tennis too. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
English Club 11, 12; F.B.LA. 11; Book- 
store 11; F.N. A. 12; Sr. Sec't. 12 





JOHN W. WADUND 

Jack. ..the U. S. Navy offers him an oppor- 
tunity for his future career... boating is one 
of his interests. ..spends the rest of his lime 
working on and enjoying cars. 



CHARLES E. WALSH 

Charlie.. .quiet and co-operative.. .is consid- 
ering the life of an accountant for his future 
career... an enthusiastic football fan. 





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HENRY M. WALSH 

Myles... known for his good sense of humor 
and his co-operative nature.. .plans to attend 
college and become a teacher... likes driving, 
swimming, and golf.. .dislikes long lunch 
lines. 

Cafeteria Worker 10; Soph. Party Comm. 
10 




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WILLIAM L. WATSON 

Bill plans to attend Northeastern. ..will 
major in chemistry... aspires to become a 
research chemist.. .member of the drum 
corps and Explorers.. .enjoys cars as a 
hobby. 

Band 10; Gymnastics 10, 11; Winter Track 
12; Spring Track 11, 12 



RICHARD A. WALSH 

Rick. ..an education at Bryant-Stratton Col- 
lege lies in his immediate future.. .a very 
athletic boy with a good sense of humor. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12 



CAROLYN A. WEBB 

Carolyn... active and friendly. ..plans to 
attend Aquinas Secretarial School and be- 
come a medical secretary.. .a dietary aide at 
the South Shore Hospital and a member of 
C.Y.O... .enjoys driving and her hospital 
work. 

Honors 10; F.H.A. 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; 
Shorthand Cert. 80; Miss McMorrow's 
Sec't. 



KATHLEEN M. WEBB 

Kathie... studious and friendly. ..plans for 
college and a career in teaching... or per- 
haps social work. ..likes punctuality and 
courtesy... member of Whitman Symphony 
Orchestra. 

Orchestra 10, 11, 12; Mr. Swanson's Sec't. 
12; English Club 11; J.M.S.V.C. 12 



MICHAEL F. WEBB 

After completing high school he would like 
to enlist in the service. ..the Air Force is his 
first choice. He is friendly and co-operative 
...in his spare rime, Mike enjoys any sports 
functions. 

Wrestling 12 





SHARON R. WEEKS 

Sharon. ..always smiling and very friendly 
...plans to attend college with emphasis on 
languages...a Rainbow girl... active in her 
church youth group and basketball team... 
enjoys sewing, tennis, and swimming. 

Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
Re/lector H. R. Rep. 10; Reflector Staff 10, 
11, 12; Tennis 12 



ROBERT B. WENMARK 

A friendly fellow with a cheerful outlook on 
the world. ..Bob will probe many mouths 
when he finishes his course in dentistry at 
Tufts or B.U....he's an ambitious boy who 
manages to hold down a part-time job after 
school.. .also attends C.Y.O. 

Grad. Dance Comm. 




PATRICIA F. WHALEN 

Pat, with her beautiful smile, is certain to 
brighten up any office after attending 
Chandler. ..an active member of C.Y.O.... 
dislikes those who use others. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
Gym Team 11, 12; Campus Sec't. 12; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Shorthand Cert. 80 



MARY L. WHITE 

Mary plans to attend Northeastern Univer- 
sity where she hopes to become a dental 
assistant. She enjoys tennis, bowling, and 
sewing. ..is an active member of C.Y.O. 

Guidance Office Worker 10, 11 





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RICHARD L. WHITE 

Rich plans to enter the held of meteorology 
...belongs to the American Meteorological 
Society and has an active interest in the 
DeMolay organization. 

Math Club 11, 12 



RICHARD C. WHITNEY 

Quiet... a member of the Basketball Sports- 
men's Club. ..dislikes getting up in the morn- 
ing. ..plans to enter Northeastern. ..has not 
decided on his future after college. 

Photography Club 12; Ski Club 12 





KAREN f. WHITTAKEB 

Friendly and vivacious. ..Karen anticipates 
a career in teaching the elementary grades 
...has many friends. 

1'ep Club 10; Soph, l'artv Comm.; English 
Club 11; Jr. Party Ticket Sales 11; F.T.A. 
11, 12; Campus 11, 12; Gymnastics 11, 12; 
Sr. Party Comm.; Honors 10; High Honors 
11; Open House 10 



MEREDITH WHITTIER 

A quiet, thoughtful girl. ..says homework 
and conceited people irritate her. Merri 
plans to attend a two-year business school 
and become a secretary. 

FB.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11; Girls' Gym- 
nastics 12 




LINDA f. WICKLUND 

Linda will continue her education in the 
field of clinical psychology. ..enjoys horses 
and takes an active part in Rainbow. ..does 
not like noisy studies. 

Reflector 10; H. R. Rep. 10; Riding Club 
11, 12; Honors 10, 11 



WILLIAM R. WIGGINS 

Bill would like to become a journalist.. .an 
active member of DeMolay. ..he enjoys 
sports... talkative. 

Cross Country 10, 12; Spring Track 10, 
12; Winter Track 12 



MARIE G. WILHELM 

Marie wants to study nursing at the Cath- 
erine Laboure School... active in C.Y.O.... 
dislikes cliques. 

Pep Club 10; Teacher's Ass't. 11; Reflector 
Rep. 11 



JOHN S. WILLY 

Jack hopes to continue his education at the 
University of Massachusetts in the field of 
aviation.. .enjoys sailing, basketball, and 
Church Fellowship. 

H. R. Rep. 10; Soph. Party; Basketball 10; 
Student Council 10, 11, 12; Tennis 11, 12; 
Campus Sales 11, 12; Cap & Gown Comm. 
12 



MARGUERITE WILLIAMS 

Marg intends to further her education and 
obtain a Ph.D. in physiotherapy. She is al- 
ready getting accustomed to hospital pro- 
cedures as she is employed part-time at the 
South Shore Hospital. 



JUDITH I. WILSON 

Judy wishes to pursue a career in secretarial 
work. ..works at Kennedy's in her spare 
time.. .enjoys Rainbow activities. 

Chorus 10; Mr. O'Meara's Sec't. 12 




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XAXCY A. WINSLOE 

Nanq' will continue her education atQuincy 
Junior College.. .enjoys the piano and 
Church Fellowship. ..appreciates good litera- 
ture.. .does not like boys with long hair. 



STEPHEN F. WINTER 

Steve plans to go on to college, although he 
is undecided as to the particular career... 
takes part in C.Y.O. activities. ..objects to 
girls who smoke. 



Honors 11; F.B.L.A. 12; English Club 12 Jr. One Act Play; Jr. Party Comm. 





CHRISTINE A. WITHROW 

Chris is looking forward to a career in 
nursing. C.Y.O., babysitting, and playing 
the organ occupy her spare time. She likes 
all music and enjoys reading. 

Cafe. 10; Jr. One Act Play; F.H.A. 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 12 



LEONARD P. WORCESTER 

Len works at Lion Labels and when he has 
time off he enjoys both hunting and camp- 
ing. In the future he plans to become a 
printer. He dislikes teachers that neglect to 
check homework. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Office Guide 11 



ANTHONY D. WOLLASTON 

Danny enjoys athletics, especially baseball 
...active in C.Y.O... .hopes to graduate from 
Boston College as an attorney. ..dislikes 
girls who talk too much. 

Football 10, 11; Baseball 11, 12 



ANNE L. ZACHRISON 

Anne may enter college as an English or 
history major. ..takes pride in her school 
and appreciates people with strong school 
spirit. 

Jr. Party Comm.; Pep Club 11; English 
Club 12;' F.B.L.A. 12; F.H.A. 12 






With the gende reassurance of a conscientious teacher, these business students 
will gain the solid background knowledge and skills which will give them fine 
positions in the business world. 




LINDA M. ZONN 

Linda is undecided as to a definite career 
after college.. .takes flying lessons. ..worked 
as a volunteer at the Republican Head- 
quarters. ..dislikes getting up early in the 
morning. 

Open House 10; Chess Club Sec't. 11, 12; 
Chorus 11, 12; Glee Club 12; Election Day 
Comm. 12; Registration Comm. 12; Honors 
10 



MARLENE A. ZWEIGLE 

Marlene plans to make her career in hair- 
dressing... belongs to the Bowling League 
and C.Y.O. 

Fashion Show 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
F.H.A. 11, 12; Reflector Sec't. 12 




CAMERA SHY 




PHILLIP S. JORDAN 

A quiet yet likeable fellow. ..Phil's interest in 
cars and machinery will be a great asset to 
him when he enters the -Navy and becomes 
an auto mechanic. 



Mr. McCarthy's new Developmental Reading Program trains his students to utilize 
their minds to fullest capacity. This program has been received with great enthusiasm 
since its initiation. To accommodate the many students who expressed interest, special 
afternoon classes were arranged for juniors. 

WILLIAM NICKERSON 

Nick. ..staunch and sincere.. .has decided to 
fulfill his desire to protect the people by at- 
tending Police Academy and then becoming 
a police officer. 



WILLIAM TRIANDAFILOS 

Will's main ambition is to go into the 
service.. .he enjoys weightlifting and football 
...because he entered Weymouth High 
School in his senior year, he could not par- 
ticipate in football. 



OTTO G. WENZ 

When he isn't in school most of his time is 
taken up with work at Cement and Block. 
After graduation he would like to enlist with 
the Sea Bees or perhaps he will display his 
skills as a carpenter. 



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NEW DIRECTIONS 




"Strength in Knowledge" Dedicated to those who have made education their way of life; 

designed by nationally famous artist William Wyman 




Representatives to the mock U.N. with Mr. West are Ellen Silva, Helen Gannon, The efforts of the Weymouth Vocational Technical 

Richard Moorehouse, and Douglas Tilden. High School are typified in this finished house. 



A school develops its personality more In their quest for personality, students 

slowly than do people. Changes will oc- very often participate in activities which 

cur in the building and on the grounds; teach them self-reliance or broaden their 

new policies will be introduced; and new experience. This year five Weymouth 

traditions will grow. This year two new students represented Cyprus at the East 

things will add to the personality of Wey- Coast Model United Nations Council, 

mouth High: a school crest to inspire Vocational students completed their an- 

students and a cenotaph to commemorate nual house-building project, 
deceased teachers. Tomorrow's tradi- 
tions ! 



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1965 



Charlotte Dillon — An industrious worker in J.M.S.V.C.; heads the 
volunteer hospital service; Campus Senior Section Editor; recipient of 
National Youth Leadership Award in Weymouth sponsored by the 
Elks 





Kathleen Keating — The cheerful and efficient Editor-in-Chief of 
Reflector; also, member of the Debate Club 



Mary Montgomery — Active as President of the Future Homemakers 
of America; outstanding in every aspect of home economics 




Virginia Meany — Senior Class Treasurer; Campus Identifications 
Editor; active member of Student Council and J.M.S.V.C.; pleasant 
and industrious 



CREAM OF 
THE CROP 




Walter Julian — Has served on the Student Government Committee 
for three years; selected from the Vocational School for the Jewish 
War Veterans Classmates Today Neighbors Tomorrow Program 




Priscilla Hodges — Outstanding musician; orchestra. Campus Under- 
graduates Editor, Reflector, National Merit Certificate 



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It is the goal of every school system to 
encourage and develop the kind of indi- 
viduals who reflect the characteristics of 
good citizens. Integrity, responsibility, 
leadership, scholastic ability, and sports- 
manship are only a few of the many out- 
standing qualities and attributes which 
these individuals must possess. Wey- 
mouth High School is very proud to have 
such students as these enrolled in the 
class of 1965. They are the cornerstones 
on which every class should be built. 
These seniors, by their willingness and 
desire to work to the best of their abilities 
and also by the responsibility that they 
have undertaken in every phase of the 
activities and courses in which they have 
participated, always exemplify these high 
standards of achievement and accom- 
plishment. As is often the case, these 
scholars are those whom the rest of the 
student body looks up to and admires. 
They, therefore, must always keep striv- 
ing to do their best. These outstanding 
personalities who are ready to accept the 
challenges which lie beyond them deserve 
our special merit and recognition. 




James Dunn — An all-around athlete participating in football, wrestling, and baseball; 
winner of two football awards 




Linda Cook — A diligent and industrious worker; Reflector; F.B.L.A., a student who is 
constantly on the honor roll 



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David Ellison — Senior Class President; also an 
excellent athlete; basketball captain; member of 
the Student Council 




Helen Gannon — The resourceful and friendly Editor-in-Chief of the Campus; 
E.C.M.U.N.C. representative; and also a cheerleader 




David Drinan — An all-around student; member of the Student Council; active in 
Campus; player on the football team 



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INDEX 

Acknowledgments 

Administration 

Audio-Visual 

Band 

Baseball 

Basketball 

Campus 

Cheerleaders 

Chess Club 

Chorus 

Class Officers 

Conclusion 

Creative Writing 

Cross Country 

Debate Club 

Distributive Education 

Drum Majorettes 

English Club 

Equestrian Club 

Faculty 

Football 

Future Business Leaders of America 
Future Homemakers of America 

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175 Future Nurses of America 35 
89 Future Teachers 34 
36 Graduates 84-168 

42 Gym Teams 76-77 
80-83 Hockey 74 
72-73 Junior Activities 49 
60-63 Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Committee 32-33 

70 Key Club 41 

53 Library Club 37 

43 Math Club 40 
86 Orchestra 42 

176 Outstanding Seniors 170-173 
57 Pep Club 71 
79 Reflector 58-59 

54 Ski Club 51 
53 Sophomore Activities 48 

71 Staff 27-29 
56-57 Student Council 46-47 

51 Tennis 80-81 

10-25 Theme 1 

66-69 Track 78-79 

38-39 Wrestling 75 

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



Faced with the tremendous task of pro- 
ducing a yearbook and hindered by inex- 
perience, we, the 1965 Campus Staff, 
looked forward to our responsibilities 
with no little amount of anxiety. Need- 
less to say, our job required the willing 
aid of countless people. Of these, we 
would like to give recognition to several 
who have been indispensable: to the Ad- 
ministration and Faculty, who have co- 
operated and helped during the entire 



year; to Mrs. Louise Lockwood, Mrs. 
Doris Mcintosh, and Mrs. Carolyn 
Ryan, who have consistently gone out of 
their busy ways to assist us; to Mr. and 
Mrs. John Hobbs, our faithful friends; 
and especially to Mr. Roger J. P. Dow, 
whose sincere interest in the Campus and 
the students it involves we shall never 
forget. 



1965 CAMPUS STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief: 

Helen Gannon 



Assistant Editors: 
Maija Bergs 
Judith Kuhn 

Literary Editor: 

Karen Lofgren 



Senior Editor: 

Charlotte Dillon 



Patricia Brown, Bruce Campbell, Catherine Connolly, Edwina Hart- 
shorn, Maureen Killoran, Dorothy McCann, Barbara Reade 



Marie Furbush, Robert Lawrence, Marie Morse, Carol Shippee, Gloria 
Shute, Karen Whittaker 



Feature Editor: 

Pamela Bailey 

Photography Editor: 
Janet von Berg 



Sports Co-Editors: 
Linda Jamieson 
James Murphy 

Copy Editor: 

Dorcas Thompson 



Identification Editor: 
Virginia Meany 



Sales Managers: 

Ruth Di Lorenzo 
Leslie Di Gravio 



James Barry, Arlene Cannon, David Drinan, Ellen Silva 



Edward Baker, Kathleen De Coste, Jane Halle, Joseph Landreville, 
Michael Leahy 



Michael Busa, Kenneth Powers 



James Cadigan, Kathleen Keating, Audrey La Spada, Susan Libby, 
Geraldine Lopez, Peter McCarthy 



Joseph Barry, Douglas Brown, Anne Connolly, Patricia Daley, David 
Ellison, Walter Julian, Deborah Nicholls 



Art Co-Editors: 
Ann Dolber 
Viola Tudor 



Lynne Briscoe, Edward Driscoll, Susan Faustini, Cynthia Snow 



Undergraduates Editor: 
Priscilla Hodges 



Linda Carlson, Marcia Consentino, Denise Coughlan 



Supervisor of Secretaries: 
Carol Laniewski 



Campus Chief Secretary: 
Barbara Cheney 



Sarah Brooks, Louise Carriker, Laura Hartnett, Pamela Richards, Carol 
Sandblom, Patricia Whalen 



THE STUDENT 



THE SCHOOL 



An important job has been done. The 
mold of individuality has been set upon 
each of us, but greater development lies 
ahead. We have reached a starting 
point, not an end. Let us continue our 
exploration of ideas, and we will build 
upon the knowledge we have obtained in 
high school. Let us join civic organiza- 
tions and social groups and we will reap 
from our realization of the values we can 
learn from others. Let us become active 
parts of a great democracy, and we will 
retain the sense of importance and pride 
which we felt as citizens of Weymouth 
High School. She has prepared us well, 
and we must now fulfill her trust. 



Now we can take a long backward look 
at our reflection in the school's personal- 
ity. We see teachers and students work- 
ing together. We see victorious athletes 
and enthusiastic cheerleaders. We see 
promising scholars and outstanding lead- 
ers. Foremost, we see our classmates. 
These are our additions to Weymouth 
High School's fine history. In this way 
we have humbly bestowed and dedicated 
a portion of ourselves to the tradition of 
our school. We hope that they will enrich 
its personality. We hope that they will 
add homage to its name. And as we 
leave we are not disappointed in our 
hope that the new senior class will carry 
on where we have left off. 



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